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Array _-\h__  \   ��� 7  t_ �� ��*"**;��    -ttr*t*f-*_      �����*���-.       *     * ���   p  i   T��t>    *'       t  '     "r V-"*-"    "T��S*t   '   s,  2nd Class Mail , X  Registration No. 11 kl *  Serving the Sunshine Coost   (Howe Sound to Jervis Iplet)   including Port Mellon   Hopkins Landing ' Granthams Landing   Gibsohs   Roberts Creek  Wilson Creek   Selma Park, Sechelt   Hollmoon Bpy   ijecret Cove' Pender Hrb    Madeira Park   Garden Bay   Irane s Landing   Earls" Co\7e~ Egmont  ���4m*  24 Pages ���20c Copy  J.ARGEST READERSHIP OP ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume IT��� No. 37  KILLAM'S DECLARATION MISSING  , Wednesday, August 29,1979  of "witch hunt"  GRACE RUTHERFORD cuts the  cake presented to her during a  retirement party held for her by the  Halfmoon Bay residents at Welcome  Beach Hall. Grace retired from the  Halfmoon Bay Post Office. ISee story  in Halfmoon Bay Happenings. (Page  A-6).  ���Sunshine���Goast-Area���G���Director���  Charles Lee. _hasiaccused_Director_Joe _  Harrison of instigating a "witch hunt"  against his alternate on the board, Hayden  Killam, in an attempt to prove conflict of  interest.  However, Harrison told the Times he  wasiPFon a witch hunt buTwanfedloIuid ?  out more information on Killam's holdings  Hydro's annou  was signal to  Crown Zellerbach is "one of more than  a dozen industries on Vancouver Island  that have been asking B.C. Hydro for more ~  power," a Crown Zellerbach spokesman  told the Times last week.  B.C. Hydro's recent announcement that  a $235 million contract has been awarded  for the underwater cables of the controversial 500 kv Cheekye-Dunsmuir  transmission line has spurred Crown  Zellerbach's ptens for the $171 million  expansion at its Elk Falls mill near  Campbell River.  "We need about 35 of the 500 (kv), so we  are requiring much of it," the spokesman  I Jl   4  -b^- looking-up-his-statutory declaration,-  j$uchLjegally_was_ to_he Jilled_puJLin_  fjjeburary.  |,What Harrison found was Killam's  original declaration was not on file. Both  IfUiani and Director Lee says Killam filled  ait a declaration and it must have been  says   SCRD   chairman   Ed  cement  ellerbach  said. "But that 35 does not exist anywhere  else." -'--���  Crown Zellerbach announced at a  Campbell River press conference in June  the expansion, described as the "biggest  jingle construction job tacked by our  company," 'was conditional on a commitment from B.C: Hydro to provide the  Necessary power.  Crown Zellerbach chairman Bob  Rogers said "as one of a number of industrial customers on Vancouver Island  who will need more power in the future, we  are pleased to learn that B.C. Hydro has  , awarded the contract for the underwater  -Nicholson���is -possible   but- "highly  _unlikely_".__  The reason. Director Harrison was  looking for Killamrs file was that the board _  along with the school board and the Village  of Sechelt has been dealing with Shorn-  cliffe Ltd. to_buy property for a joint use  facility.  Last week Shorncliffe doubled the price  of the property irom $100,000 to $200,000.  Harrison wanted to find out if Killam was  connected with Shorncliffe which would  have been stated on the statutory  declaration.  "The board has been dealing with  Shorncliffe on a joint use facility and I was  aware the price had doubled and there has  to be a reason for the increase.  "I was also told that one of the principle  owners held public office which could pose  a conflict of interest," Harrison said.  Harrison said he wanted to see if  Killam, being on the board and the sudden  price increase, were related,  "An alternate doesn't have to vote on  .anything to be in a conflict of interest. As  an alternate he is privy to incamera  meetings and confidential documents and  unless the staff and directors are aware of  the conflict, a person could take advantage  of his position.  "If a conflict arises usually the director  will    remove    himself    from    the  Bylaw back at drawing board  descrepancies between the Sechelt  community, plan and the regional plan he  would not recommend the; application be  given approval in principle.,  Lindsay also said that; the present  differences should be resolvecand sent off  tq Victoria. V^  ;     ;  V-Meanwhile, Stan Anders^pf Pebble  '' oldings is still confid ent^^ibTobl^m  'will^ort^v^sejf oi{S��.t% he^s fiB^.t^-  people who are waiting~to build on his lUftf'-  will have to wait some more,   f r  "The.village is behind me all the way'  on 'this one because no matter what  Municipal Affairs says, there is very little  land.available for industrial development.  "Jf the regional board doesn't see fit to  go along with the village wishes, I think  the village should opt out of the regional  plan," Anderson said.  Anderson also criticized the board for  failing to understand that by not dealing  with the issue they were hurting the people  of Sechelt.  ', "We're always crying the-lack of;in-  dustry in Sechelt, but when it .comes .'to  begging, the regional board turns it  down," Anderson said.  Several area directors at the SCR��>  regular meeting' on Thursday expressed  ���dismay with the Pebble proposal saying it  shouldn't be allowed. ' *  ^ Votary Almond recommended  the  application be denied.  "iCis ridiculous to have an industry  'thrust into the middle of a residential  area," Almond said.  However, Director Charles Lee pointed  out that the regional board should not be  dealing with the issue at this time: because  the request for an amendment came from  the developers and should have come from  the Village of Sechelt.  "The matter is closed as, far as We are  concerned. It should have never been dealt  with in the beginning," Lee said.  cable necessary to increase power supply  to the island.  "This clears the wayjor us to proceed  with our previously .announced plans for  7]Kpapfon_" aCJCamp^llTRfver,7~he- said._  Crown Zellerbach plans to start construction on a new newsprint machine in  the fall which-will boojst the mill's annual  newsprint production by 180,000 metric  tons annually from its present 225,000  metric tons',-  Included tin the expansion will.be a  thermomechanical pulp mill to process  *wood  chips,   a- warehouse  and  dock-  rebuilding.  ;,-. The i expansion will create 125-per-  linmnent jobs and 600 temporary jobs for  the duration of the construction which is  scheduled for completion in early 1983.  Already Elk Falls is "doing a lot of self-  generation" and building a hog fuel  burner, the spokesnran said.  "We're involved in quite a few. environmentally-progressive steps at Elk  Falls, but we do still need Hydro power,"  he said.  "All we can do is express a need for  power... we're on the sidelines in effect;  we're a customer that needs power."  proceedings," Harrison said.  But Killam who tendered his  resignation in June (it has not been accepted so he is still an alternate) claims  there has^ never been any, conflict of interest because Shorncliffe has been  dealing solely with the Village of Sechelt  on the land.  "There has never been any question of  _envolvemenLof^ny^eaLbetween.^orn^  cliffe and the regional board," Killam  said.  - He went on to say he felt-Director  Harrison thought he was out to "screw"  the board and apply pressure on Director  I^ee.  Nicholson said there was a possibility  of conflict of interest but he was more  concerned that they didn't have on file the  statutory declaration.  "My concern is that a declaration is  required from an alternative and we were  - not able to obtain the declaration when we  searched for it. That is an offense under  the act and there is a stiff penalty if  someone in the public wishes to file a  charge," Nicholson said.  The Times <ilso learned that an incamera management meeting was held in  August which excluded alternates from  attending. It is believed that it was during  this meeting that Director Harrison made  inquiries about Killam.  Although Director Harrison did not say  it took place at the incamera meeting, he  did say he had asked Lee to fire his  alternate.  "I personally asked Lee to fire his  alternate, suggesting to him it might be'  better if he had another alternate, but I  prefer not to discuss the reasons at this  time," Harrison said.  Killam claims that, a discussion on him  _took place at JheJWanagemenLmeetuig^  which excluded the alternates.  Its back to the drawing board for the  Village of Sechelt and Pebble Holding^ as  the case of the missing bylaw took several  turns for the worse last week. " \  Pebble. Holdings which wants t six  parcels of l&hti rezoned from residential to'  service industrial vpill have to wait until y  the village ^ straightens out a tytyjitj  amendment (that: was lost iBstX^rM  which was reJecteS^?'^tviinifV^{^7  Municipal Affairs. ,,.,  The bylaw amendment written up test  year was supposed' to lhiiit'the type .and  scale of industrial development in Sechelt.  The Pebble Holdings proposal would  rezone sue lots north of the Hydro  powerline from residential to service  industrial, allowing Pebble Holdings to  sell the land for industrial purposes.  Both proposals have come under  criticism from the Ministry of Municipal  affairs, while the Pebble Holdings  proposal was also criticized at the Sunshine Coast Regional Board meeting.  "I'm hot sure, but I think the bylaw  amendment which was turned down by the  Ministry of Municipal Affairs was our first  draft. It looked like the present zoning, I  guess it must of got mixed up," Mayor  Harold Nelson told the Times.  The Pebble Holdings property would  have been rezoned along with the zoning  .amendment rejected by the provincial  government.  However, not only is the zoning  amendment questionable, but so is the  Pebble Holdings rezoning.  An official of the Municipal Affairs  Tom Maftcchuck told a Technical Planning Committee meeting of the regional  board they should deny Pebble Holdings'  request. .  He said there are alternate sites  available closer to the centre, and the area  north of tjie powerline should be reserved  for residential use.  SCRD decided they were not prepared  to deal with the issue of the rezoning until  such time that the Village of Sechelt  straighten everything out.  The rezoning went to SCRD because lt  would conflict with the regional plan.  Regional Planner William Lindsay told  tho   SCRD   meeting,   because   of  the  Financial hardship  Sechelt Vlllago council's proposal to  create a 'Might industrial park in the core1  of Secholt" will conflict with developer  Hank Hall's SunrJ(se Industrial Park and  cause him "financial hardship," Hall told  council at its planning committee meeting,  August 21.  "I corr$ to you with a personal appeal,"  Hall said. "To reconsider your position on  creating a light Industrial park'ln the coro  of Sechelt."  Hall sold ho had "Invested my  llfesuvlngs, spent all my money in the  direction, council set out three years ago  (In the Secholt Vicinity Plan.)  Hut second looks at Bylaw 170,  roeovorod recently after It went missing  after third reading in pecomber, 1077,  showed there were "thlngf in here council  never intended," alderman Morgan  Thompson said,  information,fcom,wJylte,���i7B,. the  subregional plan and  regional  plan."  Bylaw 170, creating a Service Industrial  Zone, will bo studied further by plannor   IT ISN'T exactly the place you would   but Maureen Forsyth (Miss Gibsons)   been working at tho cemetery on a  Dennis Walton. think you would find a beauty queen,   along with Laurie Hill (right) have   UP grant and doing a real fine Job.  \ '       I    ��� '.��       ���  Sechelt shocked at increase  Sechelt village council suffered a shock  August 21, when it learned property  previously offered at $100,000 had  escalated to - $200,000 and included a  1 condition of sale.  ' i>Thesale of STbne-acreTJortion of Block*  .Seven bordering Teredo, Cowrie and  Shorncliffe, i owned by Shorncliffe "Ltd.,  was conditional on the rezoning'of1 the  approximately eight acres remaining  from Residential 1 to Commercial^!,  Alderman Morgan Thompson told council  at its planning committee meeting.' &  Council hoped to locate a jointmse  facility  there  including  school  board,  regional board and village offices.  The partners in Shorncliffe also expected. $100,000. immediately, with the  remainder to be paid off in 10 years at 10  , per cen} interest" annually.  - After ^hearing- this, Thompson said,  ' 'discussion ceased."  f'It sure5 came as a shocker to me,"  Thompson said. "I did not think we would  be hit as hard as this."  The total 8,9 acres was recently  assessed at $350,000. Council now is considering four pieces of land owned by Len  Van Egmond within the village, with hopes  of finding one within their budget.  Adoption of plan delayed  'VVi        'jLir+Jli'i? ���"'i '?*yi+>  ��� tdUffl&rT. wItiiW*J*V' < ���  ��� ���' ��     ��� 4"*.  y(L��7v# \ .VMXJtSi^nAim i' * -     ',  ���LfcViaa^'jri* *��'f-       '    -a* .r-"  #    -*** ��� v.  * -4 a      .  ',/���*?      4%     *  tq/ffgftmdL^  \_V_WwfwS__W4KV&^r^^ *^*'*  rn^yJWx ��� ���  Wfr**. i fr ��._i�� *  A Sechelt village community plan  committee meeting held last Wednesday  turned into a free-for-all which resulted in  delaying final adoption of the plan until a  second public hearing is held in late  September.  Sechelt visage council gave the plan  second and third readings at a special  meeting the previous evening. The  committee meeting was held for information purposes before d special  meeting the next day when the plan was to  be reconsidered, finally adopted and sent  to Victoria for approval. However, third  reading was rescinded and the hearing set  for, September 12.  After one year of comittee meetings,  CPC member Hayden Killam insisted at  the meeting the wording of the plan was  "too detailed". The contents of the plan  were not what the committee hod agreed  to, but former planner Doug Roy's  opinions only, he said.  "This Is the first time this committee  has not had Doug Roy . . . having over  every little bitty thing," Killam said.  "I don't agree this is Doug Roy's plan,  that,ho put everything In lt," CPC  chairman alderman Joyce Kolibas told  KUUvn.  "you completely took over several  meetings to got what you want In the  ��� plan;" she said, Cliff Lindsay said the plan  was  what  the   committee   "basically"  agreed.  Ktllam offered to write a "comprehensive" plan including what he  thought Sechelt residents wanted, It would  take him GO days, he said, to compile the  Information including legal descriptions  nnd addresses of the persons questioned.  But Kolibofl declined the offer and'said  another group also offered to rewrite the  plnn.  There was some confusion whether tho  community plan must complement the  Secholt Vicinity Plan (subregional plan)  prepared by the SCRD.  "You are already bound by the  subregional plan," Hunk Hull said. "You  cannot Impair or impair It."  "If you send It (community plan) us Is,  then you will suroly have it sent back,"  CPC member Vic Walters sold ho asked  alderman Morgan Thompson twice In  piflbrMr-arme^^  ^'locked Into tha sub regional plan,'* and  nobody seemed to know.  "They (SCRD) canno^ change our  toning," Thompson said.  "What are we sitting planning this thing  for if we're locked into the subregional  plan?" Walters asked.  "(Sechelt) council did not read (bylaw)  109 and they voted for it," Killam said.  Killam said the community plan  "limits the power of elected officials" and  "bamboozles everyone."  "Something somewhere in the plan  says you can't do anything," he said. "It's  not a general statement as it's designed t6  be."  "You are the only one, Hayden, and you  have been very vocal about it (who thinks)  that the plan is drastically wrong,"  Thompson said.  With the exception of Killam, the  committee voted in favor of asking Roy to  become a member of the committee since  he has advised on the plan from the  beginning.  The original purpose for the meeting  was to inform the committee of minor  changes recommended by planner Dennis  Walton after he discussed the plan with  members of the provincial planning  department in Victoria August 17.  Once the plan is adopted, anyone who  wished any changes could submit a brief to  council, Kolibas said.  Walton suggested at tho council's  planning nuM'tlng August 21 these briefs  could bo heard once or twice a year.  First Viet refugees  arrive on the Coast  The Sunshine Const received Its first  Vietnamese refugees last week when Ly  Csl NgM and his wife moved up from  Vancouver to start work us a parts man  for Suncoast Chrysler.  Nghl who arrived In Vancouver last  .lanuury left Vietnam by boat in .July of  1978. ho arrived In Malaysia five days luter  and was put Into a refugee camp.  Ho and somo members of his family  stayed in the refugee camp for eight  months before going to Vancouver.  Nghi, 58 years old, owned a car parts  dealership In Saigon.  Although only ho and his wife will he  living with Bill Van Weston, president of  SwM^oastClvytlw, he haa 11 children,  soma of Wshkh ara still in VloUuun. Tho  rest of their children are either In Vancouver or Australia. Tlto youngest ls a 16  year old boy who has decided to stay In  Vancouver with on older brother.  {  L PageA-2  The Peninsula Times,  Wednesday, August 29,1979  It might loc>k like red tape  There   are   those   who   believe which one weighs the most,  regional boards are just another layer Unfortunately, the issue of Pebble  of bureaucratic red tape whose main Holding's rezoning application has  _function_is_t_o_set._up obstacles in the been clouded by far too much emotion  way  of progress.  And. for those   and name (TalluigVV_l V     _"_.  "developers_ and   contractors _ in "'    To~feject ~a~ rezoning: application-  jnimiripaUtieszwho: .are-faced with- that would-benefit the entire-com-  BEA^TOfLOP.!  local councils and regional boards^it���munity, over_the-protests_x)f_a_few-  certainly must feel like one is being would be ridiculous. . f  red taped to death. On the other hand to allow in-  Pebble  Holdings  certainly  can diistry to go into an area when it could  make a case for themselves having go  someplace  else  which  is ac-  tried to rezone six parcels of land ceptable to the majority would also be  north of the Hydro powerline so that ridiculous.  they can build an industrial  development.   Not only, does Pebble Holdings  need permission from the Village of  sSechelt council and subsequently the  provincial government, but the  proposal must also get regional board  approval in ammending the regional  plan before they can start to build.  The regional board function can be  viewed in several different lights in  this case. To the (levelopers it is yet  another hassle, one rqore stumbling  block to what they believe will serve  the community's best interest ���  industry which equals larger tax base  plus more jobs. It also adds to their  pocketbook.  However, to those residents who  -will-have-to-putvup-with-a-bodyshop  We don't believe that Pebble  Holding's- proposal., has : b_een considered in the way it should and we,  would suggest that when it goes back  to both the village council and the  regional board it should be looked at  in the proper light.  For the village council it should be  considered on the basis of the best  interests of the Village of Sechelt. If  they are rezoning land solely because  they don't want it to go out of the  village then they should think twice.  , If they are rezoning it because they  truly believe it will be good for  .Sechelt then they should rezone it.  SCRD on the other hand should  think about the effect it will have on  the Sunshine Coast as a whole. If they  PETRO CAN  FORSALE  T^W^JfWBT*"*  ____A_^lA a*r%aa ^ i ���%./  EVENTUALLY  ���<��  My grditimqr  other things  by Bill Bell  It must be the "me" generation. What  else could explain the Sensitivity of the  questions this new editor is getting. When  it gets dowri-to prying personal questions  like it has in the past week, something has  to stop.  Letters to the Editor  Gumshoeing for interest  with increased traffic across^the��� considennnlyjthe _wishes_oLa_fewIocaL  street, the regional board is providing   residents then they are demeaning  one further check and balance. their positions as representatives^ of  "The regionanflalTsfiMdrnoTT^^^ -  tampered with uiiless it is m me best        Arid if they reject it afterthe  interest of the community's wishes.   Village of Sechelt has passed it, solely  Editor,  The Times,   Eermit_jme-_to_ debunk  -Harrison's���'-'Great���Mystery-  reputation of a local citizen.  Had Director Harrison had the courage  Director   to publicly name this mystery alternate he  -Alternate - woukHiave-beenadvised-and- shown-a  The residents say it isn't, the  developers say it is. Both have  legitimate reasons, but the question is  on the basis of a few complaints from  local residents then they have proved  it is just one further obstacle.  . . . but a permanent solution?  . Which brings us to tbe point of a���      "To provide a \very clear and  letter from the Minister of Municipal\coricistf standard of. panning act in  Affairs, Mr. Bill Vander Zalm to Ed  Nicholson, chairman of the Sunshine  Coast Regional district.    _  Mr. Vander Zalm is well known for  his straight forward manner,  sometimes too straight, but in this  case reading between the lines is  more interesting.  ���It is my hope during the next  several weeks to gather all the  necessary information to enable me  to come up with acceptable and  permanent solutions to the controversial question of the Regional  District: (permanent solution)?  ���To attempt to find means of  deregulating the many strangling and  simple form, thus eliminating the  many unnecessary and costly delays  ultimately burdening only the consumer;" (we can do a better job).  ���To establish a deserved appeal  process which should be available to  all of those who feel aggrieved by  decisions of Regional Districts and  municipal councils." (We want the  final say).  'Currently, these people have no  place to turn except possibly to the  courts at jreat personal expense."  (Now the people will be able to turn to  a more centralized, government,  namely us).  We don't deny that the Regional  Districtsneed to be reyamped, but we  Witch Hunt Act" which took so much of the  Regional Board time. The apparent intention being to attempt to prove "Conflict  -of Interest" of-the. discredit of an UNNAMED Alternate and��� the- embarrassment of two Directors.  The mentioned disclosure papers for  this Alternate were filled out whilst I was  present in the Reg. Bd. offices some eight  months ago, and have since disappeared.  If we. shad never had them, our Secretary  would, as is usual, have quickly jumped all  over us.  This Alternate has never sat.in the  Directors Chair, and even if he had, ihe  provisions of the Municipal Act Sec.5l|a)  and SCRD Bylaw No. 1 item 25 apply.  Before attempting to vilify anyone I  recommend Dir. Harrison do some basic  study as is requiired in his position as  Regional Director, and remember we are  not a court of morals. In this connection I  may feel well constrained to disclose the  subject matter of a closed meeting to  further the public interest, and protect the  dated and postmarked letter of 7th June  from Alternate Killam tendering his  resignation, which I may if and when I  choose, and I have~not made up my mind,  formally to accept.    In passing I ask, should the two  Schoolteachers, and one contractor  Directors vote on any matters concerning  the Schools and Joint Use? Should our  Hydro employed Director vote on Hydro  issues? How completely daft can this  present Board get. What a damned waste  of Public Time and Money, There are  many urgent, positive, ,.jc,onstructiye  matters to which we should bend diir  Publicly paid time and efforts:  I deplore Dir. Harrison gumshoing  around, poking and prying into Sechelt  Village business, .asking quite improper  questions publicly of its Mayor on matters  still to be resolved in its council chambers.  The above referred to letter is attached  for your perusal, and copy if you so desire,  CharlesLee.  ' Director Area "C"  What's all the fuss  about a coaster?  So what's all this fuss about some guy  staying on a roller coaster for 170 hours?  _Anyjone wholias^driven.theSunshineXoast years?old_and-the-RCMEL picked me-up4o -  Highway between Halfmoon Bay  and  Pender Harbour can get more thrills from  dips and curves than some guy riding the.  comparitively tame PNE coaster.       ^People just don't care if their insensitive questions are going to hurt you,  showing a complete disregard for one's  privacy. Sure there were a few innocent  questions at first, "what is your opinion on  such and such?" but those didn't last long.  ~__ Now they're downtotheTiitty-gritty,  juicy Tittle pieces which they canaddto  their gossip files and whisper to their  neighbors. - ���    The surprising, thing about all those  questions is the people who ask them are  so up front about it, like the little lady who  asked why my grammar was so poor.  What business is it of hers how poor my  grammar is ��� she has been dead for over  10 years now. Besides she was a fine lady  who just couldn't stay away from the  racetrackr If she wanted to lose all her  money on the horses that's fine with me  and I don't see the point of bringing up my  past. .  And if that wasn't enough, some uppity  English teacher had the nerve to ask me if  I knew how to conjugate a verb.  I had to laugh at that one ��� guess he  didn't know they were teaching sex  education back when I was in high school.  Boy, will he be surprised when he sees my  wife is sue months pregnant.  And really, when you think about it,  what right do poople have asking why I  keep using a dangling participle.  I've never used a dangling participle in  my life. I don't know what it is, but I've  been accused of this before and I don't like  it.   .  Sure there was the time when I was 1ft-  Senior Citizens9  Association  By ROBERT FOXALL  I was sorry not to be able to make the  trip into the PNE but Dave Hayward our  indef^igible Tourmaster has handed me a;just.6at afiu-an-muffin  Orchestrated outrage  negative demands from the various do hope that Mr. Vander Zalm will  levels     of     government,.... and consult the 'public.'Jbefpre making any  bureaucracies;"  (you guys aren't changes. The one thing we don't need  doing your jobs too well). is a more centralized government.  Ncwb and Views  What a shmozzle  by Helen Parker  What a shmozzle the community plan  committee meeting was the other night.  Just when we thought the Sechelt Community Plan was ready to send off to  Victoria for the final stamp of approval,  everyone i wanted to rewrite It.  Walt al minute, back up a bit. From all  tho noise It just seemed like everyone  wanted to rewrite the plan. But really,  only Hayden Killam wanted to rewrite the  plan,  Killam seems to think he can represent  everybody If he rewrites the plan all by  himself. The peculiar thing is he was  telling the committee they might no well  have not bothered spending all that time  voluntarily compiling a guideline for  future development in Sechelt because it's  all wrong anyway.  And Killam's here to do it right. What's  more, ho can do it in 60 days, while It's  taken the committee about a year,  What's even more peculiar Is nobody  really took issue with what I would consider a not-so-subtlc put-down.  Hut maybe I'm too sensitive about  other pcoplo'a feelings. And Alderman  .Joyce KollbuH did manage to get a few  words In to remind him how he took over  several meetings to try to get what ho  wunts In the plan.  _, _I^  over his head or he Ignored it.  I could fully sympathize will. Alderman  Morgan Thompson foi* once, After years of  dealing with these types In this area, lie  answered ono of Killam's digs (anyway,  what I would consider a dig) with "I'm  through In November and I don't really  give a damn any more."  So, Hayden Killam, Aid. Kolibas may  not have taken you up on your offer to  rewrite the plan, but why don't you do it  anyway-ln GO days, with all the back-up  evidence you said you would provide, the  names, addresses and phone numbers of  all me people In the village you approached for input and tho legal  descriptions of their property?  I'm sure everybody In the village would  like to know what their concept of future  development In Sechelt ls.  And while I'm on tho subject, I've  heard the Sechelt Ratepayers Association  ia interested In rewriting the plan also ,..  Who said?  Editor,  The Times,  Hoy I who said wo don't havo an active  thoughtful lender? If what you read  regarding the last council meeting Is aa  positive and hopeful as it sounds, ho Is our  new village planner,  Reading between the lines, people seem  to listen to him and act on what he  ���������"���'���* *******,���|aW#aWPI*aJSpa"aWaTlBBiW  ,M Jwt whatjSe^hclt needs rigl)triQW.K he  proves to have patience also, let's chain  him up so he doesn't got away.  G. Gibbons  Socholt.  Editor,  The Times,  Environment Minister Rafe Mail's  recent letter to the editors of the major  dally newspapers regarding the Shaffer  report and the Cheekeye-Dunsmuir power  line is orchestrated outrage of the highest  -order." ��� '   Mr. Mair blusters about in his long-,  winded lawyer's fashion in a letter that  covers fully one quarter of a newspaper  page. Mr. Mair points to the secretariat of  the Environment and Land Use Committee,, to B.C. Hydro, to a newspaper  reporter's deadlines and to the "pressure  Of Ministerial duties" as the reasons for  the bad publicity he received regarding  the release of the Shaffer.report.  Mr. Mair protests too much. The simple  and straightforward facts are these: On  July Uth during his estimates, I asked Mr.  Mair about tho report the secretariat had  done on the Cheekeye-Dunsmuir line. If he  was a genuine ahd sincere as he makes  out, I would have had that report on July  12th. Instead, for political advantage, Mr.  Mair did not release the 18 page report  until the second week of August. There  were even occasions in July when Mr.  Mair denied the report existed. No amount  of bleating about his Ignorance over the  adjournment of the House or whatever  other excuse he dreams up will suffice.  The fact remains ��� in the second week  of July Mr. Mair was asked about the  report and in the second week of August he  released the report. Not only had the  contract been awarded by then but the  House had also adjourned. Mr, Mair  stretches coincidence beyond the point of  belief If he wishes us to dismiss "the impression" that he allowed the line to go  ahead with an adverse report in his  possession. His conduct was inexcusable.  Don Lockptead, MLA  (Mackenzie).  Eastern Star cancer work  j  )  Editor, The Times:  The Order of the Eastern Star wishes to  thank all those who support its work in the  flold of cancer treatment-making  dressings and financing research.  During the past year mahyh^ve kept  their cancelled postage stamps to give to a  member of the Star. From the sale of used  stamps last year the Order raised 16,893.29  which goes into the cancer fund. Many also  donated used clothing and old sheets which  may be made Into rags and sold to buy  materials for the dressings made at the  ������������ ^rmmmw9'^m0m   w ���" V*a1liw*ai��� ��� ���< mmm mmmmmmwKj -r':- mmimmimtmww ��� ���..., '���%'���  Roberts Creek,  The Mt. Elphinstone Chapter not only  makes dressings for local cancer patients  but also for non-cancer patients. Last year  the 63 chapters which have dressing  stations Bupplled 33,779 hours of work by  the 1398 volunteer workers. The cost of  materials was $20,261.37 and 210,412  dressings an4 other ij^ma were mader   ,  In past years, over |346,0O0 has been  contributed to finance cancer project*  Thla year's request la for $21,459.89 and the  Order plans to meet fhls request along  with tho annual $10,000 Shane Fellowship  to assist doctors who wTsTHo mrtfier tBeu*  education or wearer tr somespecnic  area of cancer treatment and a further  $12,760.22 to complete 1077 and 1978  projects.  <  Some of the donations in the past have  been for a machine shop- where  technicians make a great deal of their own  equipment, radio therapy instruments',1  electric microscopes, special knives for  cutting tissue, patient comforts frV'sr*  billiard table for the patients' lounge, bed  scales, et.; prostheses (the eyes, noses and  ears made here are the best on the West  Coast;, audio-visual equipment for  teaching and making films, a major  contribution of unique books to the  professional library and other precise  Instruments. ..,���.  .....   .,._,.,,   The Order appreciates this support and  if anyone wishes to mako donations of used  stamps or materials, contact any member, Mrs. B. Rankin, Cancer Convenor 885-  9787, Mrs. D. Parsons, Co-Convenor, 885-  9788 or Mrs. W.Sim, Secty. Treas. 886-7026.  Beatrice Rankin  put me in a lineup with a suspected ex-  poser. The constable said it was only  .because^ I was_the; rightLhei��htAho_w was I  -to know, that-three _of the_ four_com-_  plainants would pick me as the guy with  the dangling modifier. Thank God I had a  solid alibi having been with my grammar  at the race track.  Of course there are those people who  are genuinely concerned, such as the  fellow who expressed concern about my  health. He told me I should watch my  tenses and my vowels. But, I still don't see  what those have to do with my typing. I  a note saying that it was an enjoyable trip  and particularly mentioning that a most  interesting and interested passenger was  97 years old Mrs. Edmund who with her  granddaughter Mrs. Campbell boarded  the bus at Gibsons.  Dave also advises that he is arranging  a three day trip to the Bavarian Village at  Leavenworth, overnighting at Wenatchee,  Wash. This trip to occur Sept. 21st-23rd.  Phone Dave at 8854755 for details and  reservations. ,  There is also the second trip to the PNE  to hear Ralph Harris on Aug 29th. Dave  may still haves, some seats on this bus.  This is also a reminder to the executive  that there will be a meeting at 10 a.m. on  Sept.-4th and to the membership that the  first meeting of the Fall will be held .Sept.  20th at 1:30 p.m.  When you really think about it, how can  an editor not get incensed when people are  talking about his style and punctuation  behind his back?  Just the other day I overhead a fellow  at a restaurant in Sechelt talking to his  friend, "This new editor at the Pen Times  can't even tell the difference between a  pronoun and an adverb." .7 . ..',  Hmmph! What does he take me for ��� a  fool? Anybody in this business of words  knows a pronoun is a professional word  used to name a person or thing.  To question my writing ability by  saying I don't know what an adverb is is  ridiculous, an adverb is an advertising  word for action.  I'm ensalted, the next thing you know,  people will be complaining about my  spelling.  Nothin' but trouble  Editor,  The Times,  Me and the boys have been talking  .about this here ferry problem. One of them  ideas is to have a separate line or two for  resident coasters. Well, that ain't half bad  an idea, it's only half good thought us.  We figure the best solution is to ban  those there non-residents from the ferry  altogether.  Them non-residents is nothin but a pack  of trouble, most how, anyways. They Is  wasteful. I mean, let me tell you, they  bring their young uns up here fishing.  They don't even know that they can buy  fish in Vancouver cheaper than spending  all there money here. Half the year they  don't even fill their garbage cans and they  pay for the full year. That don't mako no  sense. A whole bunch of them there nonresidents have kids. They pay that there  school tax on their property and they don't  send their kids to school hero, Foolish and  wasteful.  We went to the store last Monday and  one of them non-residents got the last can  of goats milk. They buy most anything.  Silly I Lots of residents know that food, and  mast everything, Is cheaper In Vancouver,  That's one of the main reasons we need  that there resident only line, or our own  ferry.  With none of them non-residents to  make line ups everyone would be happy,  specially the government, cause then they  could cut tho ferry schedule., They could  even use one ferry cause of no line ups.  Most of the non-residents would see tho  advantage of tills hero ban. Thoy mostly  live In Vancouver and around there, Them  what lives In West Vancouver could uso  the same Idea. The wait on them bridges ls  awful during rush hour. Thoy could use our  idea, and ban non-residents from the  One weekend me and the boys was  going to Seattle on a Friday l^t toWan  Important football game. Let me tell you,  them people what lives In Delta and  Whiterock could sure use a system like wo  4  want. Some of them poor.people don't get  grit for hours, cause of them other people  trying to get to the border on weekends.  They would be real happy If we was to get  the ball rolling on this type of action, so as  they could shut the freeway to all others  cept residents of the area.  Me and the boys sure do hope the people  get together on our ban the non-resident  plan. It would be such a great step forward  and makes more sense than half-steps put  forward so far. Real sense, yes sir!1  Richard Hopkins  Hopkins Landing.  )>p��^a*aa����Nsfls*%.a��Sa��,������Ha��,N/S^s��.��^  The PENiNsuLA^fiwei  Published Wednesdays al Sechelt  on B.C.'s Sunshine Const  by  rhe'Peninsula Times" v\  lor Wexlprcs Publications Ltd.  at Sechelt, h.C.   ,  Dox3IO ��� Sechelt. B.C.  ', VONJAO  Phone HH5-3231  Office houri}: 8:30 a.m.  to 5 p.m. Tues.-Sat.  Subscription Rates: (in advance)  Local, $7 per year. Beyond 35 miles, $8  U.S.A., $10. Overseas $11.  Ciiittiilniinrs:  Div. 7. Seidell l.laiiciitary  Kdberl Foxull  Vein CJicsbrcclit  ''/tennis Gray  'MJnirlcelleiustieel  Iconic Norton  Mui rlo Redman  It nice Uohlnson  _ Guy,Synioiids  "r*Manon Alsager  PefiBy Connor  Doris Hdwnrdson  MnryTlnklcy-Shoniion  \ COOPERS GREEN  Wednesday, August 29,1979  Hie Peninsula Times  Page A-3  - The Minister of Highways Alex Fraser-  has informed the Sunshine Coast Regional  District Board that the road allowance to  the sea front and along the sea front hear  the Cooper Green property jjn. Halfinoph  Bay will be maintained, .  However, Fraser called a portion of the  former road rjgfyt-ofrway redundant  although he stressed no property had  passed from proviricijd jurisdiction.,  - Fraser's letter said, "This case is being t  decided on its.merits and in many cases  unused-redupdant road allowances do  warrant return to the parent landowner.  However as I say, on this property access  to high water mark and along high water is  . being maintained. The question is whether  there should be two access routes by  redundant road allowances  water."  to  Arena referendum to be  held with Mun. election  Thespecifiedarea referendum on the  .Sechelt Arena will beheld in November to  "coincide with the municipal elections,  Sunshine Coast Regional District board  members decided last Thursday.  An attempt by area C director Charles  Lee-to stop" the voters of, Sechelt from  participating in the same referendum with  voters in Area B and Cyras defeated.���  Lee called the inclusion of the Village of  SJechelt voters in thV^feferendum a  "loaded vote." Lee wanted the voters in  Sechelt to vote on a separate question  because he felt they were already participating in the function of the arena.  "The results of the arena referendum  has a different effect on the voters of area  B and C. It's a captured loaded vote  because the question for Sechelt means an  entirely different thing," .Lee said.  He wanted to separate the areas and  have the vote tallied different.  Although director Harold Nelson  agreed the vote meant a different thing to  Sechelt voters,  he thought the  same  question shouldbeasked toall thevoters.  Director Nelson pointed out that  Sechelt presently doesn't have..,the  authority to support the arena, but the  referendum would give it the authority  along with support from areas B ahd C.  "If the referenduhi doesn't pass then  Sechelt doesn't have the authority to  support the arena," Director Nelson said.  Director Joe Harrison said to decide  the referendum would only complicate the  issue.  "Quite simply either you endorse it or  you don't. The question should be the same  for everyone, otherwise the question could  become so complex the people will turn it  down," Harrison said.  Both directors of the concerned areas,  Directors Lee of area-C-and Director Ed  Nicholson of area B were in favor of the  change.  SCRD did however create an ad-hoc  , committee to discuss the structure of the  operation of the arena in the event the  referendum vote is positive.  ; Although SCRD chose nofto deal with 7  the planning department's recoftFT  mendations on Cooper's Green, tabling it  until the next meeting, it has several  recommendations before it.  "It is recommended that the regional  board contact the Honorable Alex Fraser,  Mlinister   0f   Transportation,   Com-  Algh.Jmunicajions_and -Highways and request  the reconsideration of his earlier decision  to close a portion of the former right-of-  way. A convincing argument can be.put  -     forward which would refute such a claim."  Another recommendation would amend  the permitted uses of Blocks 7 and^^rom-  ones currently permitted under the  1      _  commercial 2 category td other uses more  compatible   with   the   surrounding"  -residential developmentr  A third recommendation would have  the regional bMrdcohsideT preparing its  own standards regarding the use and  operation of the campsite. '  Planner Bill Lindsay told the SCRD  meeting the Coast Garibaldi Health Unit  has informed Mrs. Cooper that certain  health provisions and campsite  regulations had to be brought up to  standard.  Lindsay also said he has been informed  that the Cooper campsite has no business  license  on   record  for  commercial,  operation of a campsite.  He also pointed out the Greens, should  not be allowing more than 15 campsites  with the present washroom facilities.  It is finally recommended that .the  regional board renew its previous efforts  to acquire Block.8 for public ^and park  use," Lindsay said.  -oiii'  Gibsons straightens mess  The  Village   of  Gibsons  wants  to  -straighten-QuLthe-^mess-'^at-the -Govern-  administration, Minister of Transport with  a copy-to theSmall Crafts Harbour Branch  of Fisheries ahd Oceans Canada.  Wilson said the administration of the  r GARDEN BAY  TOT LOT  [PLAYSCHOOL]  RfGISlMTION:  SEPTEMBER 11th  ���. VUM 2 noon V���  ment Wharf by designating certain floats  for commercial and recreational use.  The village council, following a plea by   Wharf was in bad shape since the Village of  -Gibson resident Bill Wilson decided action���Gibsons- took control and he  wanted  should be takenimmediatelyto clear up   something done about itr  Irvines Landing Hall  Registration f������: % 10 ptr yar  Children 5 and undan  For further QOOTOOAC  information���-OOa^stVD  the situation.  The regulation which will be drawn up  will cover both commercial and  recreational craft.  By. designating certain floats for  specific usage council hopes to make the  best possible use of linear feet < at the  wharf.  The regulations will then be submitted  to the Regional Harbours aid WMrvgs  "It's a mess and something has to be  done about it. All the talk isn't going to  help unless you do something about it,"  Wilson said.  Alderman Larry Trainor, who moved  the motion, agreed with Smith, saying the  wharf has been a problem for some time.  "We have the authority to do something  'about it. Why should our hands be tied?"  ..-AldvJVainor said..,.;;_/   .  .; ���.ijF*?i:;;i  Safety regulations at airport ignored  (WWWWWW  srvtfoedf ������������.���  Highland Helicopter isn't following  safety regulations and the Village of  Gibsons council doesn't like it.  * Alderman Larry Trainor told council  August 21 Highland Helicopter has not  responded to the Fire Marshall's letter on  safety regulations concerning the storage  Court news  Driving with a temporary testing and  operating permit which expired five days  before the offence earned Wes Wall, 22, a  $200 fine last week in Sechelt Provincial  Court for driving with no insurance.   ,  Judge S.R. Romilly considered Richard  Rogers' age and ability to pay before  levying a flOO fine for driving while under  suspension.  Police were first led to believe a woman  was driving and Rogers was passenger  when his truck went into a ditch in West  .Sechelt June 30. However, witnessesat the  scene later said Rogers was the driver and  "had no business behind the wheel of any  vehicle," Crown prosecutor Eric  Chesterly said.  Rogers, 67, and on an old age pension,  was given six months to pay.  Alan Colleyprlest, 22, was fined $250 for  driving with no Insurance for his motorcycle.  i Andrew James Strachan, 40, of Secholt,  was fined $500 after he pleaded guilty to  Striving with a blood-alcohol level of more  than .08.  ) Falling to appear in court on several  occasions lost Terence R. Karkabe the  clunce to tell his side of the story. Judge  Romilly agreed the, appearance notices  werk; valid and tho hearing should proceed  ex pirte. ���������'������������   In Karkabe'd absence, Judge Romilly  fined Hm $250 for driving with no Insurance.  of fuel drums "near the helicopter pad at  the airport.  Council decided to send a strong letter  to Highland and if no response came,  appropriate action would follow.  Council was also told by Aid. Trainor  that a request for payment for $100 per  month rental fee was ignored by Highland.  COUNCIL  In other Gibsons council news, the  planner was instructed to spend such extra  time as Ls necessary to expedite the  completion of the Gibsons Official Community Plan.  Council also appointed at the request of  the planning committee four extra  members, Bill Wright, Dick Scott, Terry  Karkabe and Verna Slim.  ALOE VERA  (Medicine Plant)  Limited supply - $2.99 &  $5.50  <��<?#*  Cowrie St.  885-9455  Socholt  ******  Wirming your hqu$e  vs. warming your %  1any wood hiovbs on the market these days try to put  some pizzazz, in your decor us they try to lake the chill out,  With chrome whujiis, Ornamental rick-ruck. And funcy  embossed patterns,  Fortunately, we've got a simple alternative. A Fisher  Stove,  You seen Fisher Stove has a number of patented design  features that make It unlike any other wood slovc,  livery Fisher Stove is constructed from heavy plate steel  und carefully welded to make it virtually airtight. (So it's  more fuel efficient,) Each has exclusive spin draft controls  lhat let you regulate the amount of heat it puts out, And each  lias a two-step combustion chamber that actually recirculates  wood gases back Into Iho flames for more elllclcm heating.  Come on in and look into a Fisher for yourself,  You won't be dazzled by a lot of fancy doodads, Hut then,  you won't be paying for them, either.  J&C ELECTRONICS  885,2568 (I,))  RADIO SHACK  Authprlwd SaUt C*ntr*  Cowrk lt��� IsKhilt  An hlta Cuniula h.H'ar-tiiitH up to.  VISA  fcKWs  Mm  i) s'  ��� ii   YMWai  GIBSONS  688-6814  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  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Volunteers that  are needed at the schools, hospital, library  etc.  LIBRARY IN SECHELT  It was the PTA at the Sechelt  Elementary School that first started the  public library we have now. Slowly getting  off the ground when they called in Mrs.  Dawe who found a home for the reading  material gathered.  This was"6n"top "of theRed and White  Store now occupied by the Chain Saw  Centre. The stairs leading up to the second  storey were steep and narrow and heating  was by oil stove with a small oil tank that  necessitated packing oil up the stairs to  feed the heater. Fortunately the ladies had  the help of Captain Dawe and Mr. Mitchell. Captain Dawe would go early on  library mornings and light the stove to  warm up the building.  This was in 1961 when Lee Redman cut  -the_ ?ibbqn at the foot of the stairs to  declare the library open.  The next move came in 1965 when they  went across the street to the Phillips  house. Mr. Phillips had donated his land  with two buildings oh it to the St. Mary's  JHospital .Society. One was used as a  from the Village and, the Regional Board.  If the floor space was to be doubled they  would receive an additional grant from  Victoria. This could be done on the present  sife.'Thereis ehoughl"oom"at"theback of-  the library toadd the needed-space with-  perhaps a second storey for meeting  rooms for additional revenue.  FREE ART LESSON * -  * Those who have watched Bill  Alexander's TV Art lessons will be  gratified to know that by attending, the  PNE one can also see this "Happy  Painter" in person and benefit from a one  hour free lesson. He will bein the World of  Art building on Thursday, August 30,  Friday, August 31 and Saturday, September l: The times are 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.  Unaware of the treat in/store, I hap-.  pened to be there at five to two one day last  week and was delighted to watch him paint  -a picture.A-vety_entertainiog man, so if  you have a non-painter with you they will  enjoyi the show while you observe his  technique.       ,   '  It is unfortunate this man is now shown  on Canadian TV.  HOUSING PROGRAM AVAILABLE  - There is a Rural and Remote Housing  program to help to provide homes for low  and moderate income families living in  poor or inadequate housing in B.C.'s  smaller communities. Both levels of  government give financial help to enable  Mrs.-Mary Edwards-celebrated-her  90th birthday in style. An "open house" ,  party was held at the Gibsons Curling Club  on Saturday, August 25 from 2-4 p.m.  hosted  by   her  five   daughters,   Vera  McLead  of  New  Westminster,  Sylvia  Buchanan,  and  Mavis  Butterworth,  Squamish, Dorothy White from Richmond  and- Pat Edwards, Gibsons, with whom  Mary, lives. Attending were the families of  the  daughters;  there  were  11   grand;  children, 20 great-grandchildren and two  great-great-grandchildren.  -   Son-in-law Jim' Buchanan was master \  of ceremonies. He proposed the toast_  saying that Granny was the core and-or  -nucleus of this familyand no matter-where -  _somej)Lthe fanuly have lived they always  were drawn to the coast and Granny is the  magnet. A telegram was read'from Verna  Crayburn who was unable to attend. Mrs.  Edwards was born in England and came to  Canada in 1912.  A beautifully decorated cake was cut ,  and delicious refreshments were served.  FIRST PRIZE  Lionel Singlehurst entered his oil  painting of the sailing vessel, "Star of  Ireland" in the PNE art exhibition and  won first prize for it. Mr. Singlehurst  served on the Star of Ireland as a young  t man. He is now 85 years of age and still  keeps himself busy at painting. Our  congratulations go to Lionel!  the "Heart���-concert. Her roommate  during the five-day stay was Miss Mission,  Katherine Kokoszka, who is now Miss  PNE11979-80.  LADfES GOLF CHAMP  Twenty-four ladies competed for the  Ladies Club Championship and the winner  was Lil Bullied. Congratulations Lil!  The thirty-six hole tournament took  place'Aug. 21 and 22. Runner-up was  Virginia Douglas, Betty Turnbull: was low  net in the first division .and Hazel Wright  was low net in the second division.  SICK LIST  John Higgs is progressing well and we  hear that Dr. Paetkau did an expert patch-  t  .    ;<*Pro-Trdatment of Buildings Under Construction  * For guaranteed control of Carpenter Ants, Rodent t, Skunks and  idothe^ttt,^V     -y_^_y_- - ajv^   AAADEIRA PARK, B.C. ���JW  ,   *$T* 883-2531  What's different  about our Daily  Interest Savings  work mending job for John. John is in St.  Mary's Hospital.  ���'. Bob McKenzie is in Lion's Gate  Hospital for observation and we hear he's  doing fine.  *      *      *  Happy  Birthday  to  Lenore  Inglis,  Gladys Leghi and Rosemary Lawson! _���  *      *      ���  On holidays for two weeks.  Clara Nygren and her children, Naomi,  Eric and Nina motored to Winnipeg to  attend her nephew's wedding. Enroute  they stopped in Salmon Arm and visited  ex-Gibsons and Roberts Creek residents  Gerry and Neva Newman. Clare had.a  delightful visit with her brother Kyle, and  sister Lillian and many old school friends  in the Manitoba area. Also took in a visit  with-sister-in-law Esther Wendel at  Central  Butte,   Sask.   Clare   was   ac-  famffles���ho^eed-homes-foe-TOost-to-^orop^  purchase and own them.  It is primarily for families with  children or at least a couple who have a  serious need for better housing. For  example, a family paying excessivly high  meeting place for the Sechelt Auxiliary to  the hospital and is now the home of the  Thrift Shop for the six auxiliaries.  The second building sat back of the first  with a few steps leading up to the door.  This served the area until they finally built  their own building.  This came about due to the Centennial  Grants that went to each community that  provided matching dollars.  -The Halfmoon Bay Community and the'  Redrooffs Road group were stuck for a  project that would benefit the most people  decided to throw in their money with the  .SecheltLibrary.  These small communities raised $1,400  to make their aid to the library $2,800.  December 1967 Isabel Dawsen MLA for  this area opened  the  present library:  building on Trail  Avenue.  At  last a  building close to shopping with flat entrance suitable heated.  The land was purchased by the Village  of Sechelt very reasonably from Mrs.  Alice Amelia French, made reasonable  because of the purpose it was to be used  for.  Mrs. French herself had provided  library service for years from her home.,  The Sechelt Library is open Thursday  mornings and Saturday afternoons with  tAe work being done by volunteers, Adele  'deLange'"and Marie Mohtgome^ry  ' charge. '  Grants to coyer operational expense  with a little left over for hew books come  rent or living in aTiousTuhsuitedloTtheiF  needs.  If you are at all interested, the Sunshine  Coast Regional Board office can supply  more information. Their office is at  present above Sunshine Auto Parts on  Wharf Road.  ?  ���  Ferries running  " As of press dealine, the B.C. Ferries  and Marine Workers Union were still in  negotiations with the B.C. Ferries Corporation.  No job action was expected to take  place until, when and if, negotiations  broke down.  The union has siaid there would be  rotating strikes if the negotiations were to  break down. 7  on this trip.  EASTERN HOLIDAY  Eleanor Crosby accompanied by her  mother Dede Paxton of Calgary, just  returned from an extended holiday in  Halifax77Tes^Twhere theyzvisited _ with"  friends and renewed old acquaintenances.'  The Paxtons lived in Halifax in the forties'  when Mr. Paxton was with the Royal  Canadian Navy. Also on their itinerary,  was   Charlottetown,   P.E.I.   and   Cape  Breton. They enjoyed lobster and other  seafoods at every opportunity and say the.;  scenery was most picturesque.  RETIRING ,_....,,  ' Vi Madsen, who after 27' years S^tti i  Gibsons Post Office, will be retiring next  month. We will miss her smiling face at  the wicket, but wish her all the best in her  days of well deserved rest.  QUEEN MAUREEN  Sea Cavalcade Queen Maureen Forsyth  said she really enjoyed her days with the.  PNlS pagentry. Among her activities she  attended the White Cap soccer game and  WASHERS-DRYERS-DISHWASHERS-MICRO-OVENS  2-year guarantee on all.parts & labor  ^5-year warranty on the dryer drum  10-yepr guarantee on washer transmission  .Lifetime guarantee on stainless steel  washer tub  WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL  MADEIRA APPLIANCES  '*'       883-2648  Sunshine Coast Regional District  NOTICE OF PUBUC HEARING  Land Use Regulation Amendmertt By-law No. f 6.32  7   Development Permit Areat By-Jaw No. US  PURSUANT TO SECTIONS 703 ahd 798A of the Municipal Act, a public hearing will be held  to contlder the following by-laws of the Sunthlne Coatt Regional Dlttrlct. All persons who  deem their Interest In property affected by the proposed by-laws shall be afforded an opportunity to be heard on matters contained In the by-laws,  By-law No. 96.32 amends the definition of "Lot or Parcel", Thlt by-law amendment will alto  specify the provisions to be contained In and the procedure for the luuance of a development permit. *      :' V  By-law No. 163 will allow the Regional Board to designate areas of land, wherein special  conditions prevail with respect to the physical environment, as a development permit area.  Any proposal within a development permit area; other than the construction1��! three or less  dwelling units, shall be regulated by a development permit.  Bylaw No. 163 alto designate! Blockt 40 to 49, D.L, 3198, Plan 3874, at a development  permit area. Thlt property comprltet approximately 13 hectaret (32 acret) and It located  Immediately north of the Glbtont water retervolr.  '   .       .   . FOREST T  81     '   20    '      It  L  S6,      37  18  IT It  .3  3a        i��  iVrtVL-.   SSSSHI  I9F  is  <*o  ���HI  41  TT  4X  IT  ���Mi  WMMV  aiMav  /������  X2&.  The public hearing will be held in the gymnatium of  Cedar Orove school on Chatter Road at 7:30 p.m.  on"Wednesdayj' September 5, 1979.  The above It a tynoptlt of By-law Not. 96.32 and  163 and It not deemed to be an Interpretation  of the by-lawt. Thete by-lawt may be intpected at  the Regional Dlttrlct office, 1248 Wharf Street,  Sechelt, B.C. during office hourt, namely Monday  to Wednetday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Thursday   a^jrj FHday78:3(la.rh7To ^^  Sunthlne Coatt Regional Dlttrlct  'Sechelt, B.C., VON 3A0  885-2261  Mrt. A.G. Prettley  1979-08-22  1979-08-29  With "The  Calculator"  you get daily  interest paid  every month  For personal use.  Only at the Royal Bank  IGA SPECIALS & VALUES  TABLERITE MEATS  Olympic, Gov't inspc, Ready to eat, Smoked  IIHIfl Shank portion IbVV  Canada Gr. A, bonelett  BEEF BLADE  Marinate  andBBQ  lb.  Boneless  CROSS RIB  ROAST itr  Grain fed, Gov't intpected  PORK BUTT  STEAK  Olympic  *���������*��� ab   Pure pork or  SAUSAGE *���  IGA Sklnlett  WIENERS   rJ��Pk9"... ...sach  19  Cut thick  for BBQ..  GROCERY  Campbell's -  /���� nil  TOMATO SOUP 100, V 4/$l00  3/ljoo  3/*l00  $529  lb.  tmallllnk ...lb.  19  FROZEN FOOD  12 1/2 ox.  pink or reg. each'  .< ������  FRENCH FRIES 2ib.bag...  Sunkltt 12 1/2  LEMONADE Pink or reg. each 69*  Carnation ,< -      ,   >  89*  PRODUCE  TOMATOES  r ksfH/tlLd Okanagan ..,.  ORANGES sunki.t  ��� i * i��  ,lb.*l9  ,b49*  *49t  IGA  BEANS WITH PORK ";.,  IGA  RED KIDNEY BEANS u���,  Instant   ���  NESCAFE ,���.,.....,;....  COFFEE WHITENER ������, $1����  APP^U JUICE pu���.4.0, 99'  Country Time *   '    . +_m aa  LEMONADE DRINK ,u_....$169  Country Time **ne  LEMONADE DRINK .,����,4.     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W  IGA  PAPER LUNCH BAGS  50t  Come to uUadeiAa - \M ^Dea/tf  PENDERHARBOURCWTRE  Madeira Park#883-9W0    , ���:    /  I  "    "WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO ��IMITyiUANTITIES''  Prlcet effective August 29, 30, V September I  ��� ���ay-a* ���*.��-��*��!!�� __W' ^��*f* '*��� ''"���>��� ^1* W  I1 Squaringly yours  By MAURICE HEMSTREET  Wednesday, August 29; 1979  The Peninsula Times  PageA-5  iXKTE1 f\___? 4r\*_t% KitfTsftAartf nttAnr/lp WalnAma  \Jl\MU V*' (WW Wlgg^O^ UJLVfTWO   IV***W.MftV  Beach Hall has ever seen turned but  .to wish Grace Rutherford (right) the  .best of luck following her retirement  frnm  tlncx UtlPmnnn  \2n-r  U.WJSSX uib uniuuvwi J-aajr  Her daughter Louise  Di<l4   f\tC_*_r.  daughter Louise Rutherford  helps her hold up the cake made for  the occasion.  "The Greek runoff  ETrdnorhsroTTTm er  By JEANIE NORTON, 856-9609  The days are getting shorter, the nights  are cooling off taster, the moms are going  to Town to buy school clothes, tbe teachers  are decorating their rooms, and ice cream  sales are down. There's definitely a feeling  that summer's almost over, perhaps  precipitated by the premature exodus of  Summer visitors facingTtfie Threat of a  ferry strike.  The Summer Fun Program wound up  its activities last week with a trip to the  PNE on Thursday and a "sleep-in'Vat the  "gym on Friday night. Coordinator Wendy  GRIPE OF THE WEEK  Unintelligible telephone recordings  that tell you "The number mmph.. .buzzz  .. -.hisss... dialed... buzz... mmph...  longer.. .mmph.. .service." But then, if  the phone isn't working, why should the  gizmo that tells you so, right? '  Weather  Weather August 18-24  Lo.    Hi. Prec.  cm  Augustl8 14.0    19.5    0.74  Augustl9 14.0    21.0    0.10  August 20 13.5    22.5 trace  August21 15.0    22.0    0.49  August22 16.0    22.0    0.06  August 23 14.5    22.5    0.10  August 24  13.0    22.0     nil  Week's rainfall ��� 1.49 cm. August to  date ��� 2.79 cm. 1979 to date ��� 56.69 cm.  ��� August 18-24,1978 ��� 2.06 cm. August 1-  24,1978 ��� 8.41 cm. Jan.-August 24,1978 ���  76.76 cm.  Well, hello dere fellow square dancers,  once again it's time to limber up my two  Jypevmter fingers for the first half of the  squarei dance jseaspn and.-try to bring you  the up to date news on the best type of  recreation that'is to be had at a reasonable  price, what else, square dance for fun and  your health because a healthy body is one  thing that money can not buy.   ''  I guess^the;hardest"rulcrof~the~square~  dance world is no alcohol, white lightning,  moonshine or better known as that good  old mountain dew, before or during a  modern square dance, but then on the  other hand you meet a lot of new friends  and after the square dance there are quite  often after parties. After all, there is a  proper time for everything in this world ���  all you have to do is follow the rules.  ���VWell,-ifyou are thinking o�� joining-in -  the fun of square dancing, the classes start  Sept. 10th, that's a Monday evening from 8  p.m. till 10 p.m. For information call  Harry Robertson 886-9540 or Golden Tones  Maurice 885:3359, we would like to have a  general idea how large a hall we need to  '' fill the situation this season.  Once again, The Peninsula Times will  be on hand to bring you my column of  square dance news as it happens and  advance dates, so make an editor happy,  buy a Times for all important news of your  area, make me happy, read my column  and then join in the fun of square dancing,  Oh! by the way, bring a friend.  Well, I must tie up my typewriter to the  , hitching post so remember look for my  column next week for a complete run down  on all The Sunshine Coast Country Stars  square dance news and where and when  the exact classes will be held so I will leave  you with this thought in mind, whatever  you are doing now in the line of recreation,  a change is as good as a rest.  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT '  CALL FOR TENDERS  Sealed tenders clearly, marked "Improvement of Sechelt Garbage  Disposal Site Road", will be received by the undersigned up to 12  noon on Thursday, September 20,1979 and will be opened in-public -  at that time. ���  ���'   Thework involves the following:           , 1) Excavation and hauling, of approximately 20,000 cu. yds. of  material.  2) A small, amount of- clearing.  3)  Supply and.spreading of approximately 2,000 cu. yds. of  3/4" minus crushed aggregate.  ���     Specifications pre available at the Regional  District^ Office,   Wharf Road7 Sechelt, B.C.  ��� .,   .      ' ,,  The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted.  A.G. Pressley  k Secretary-Treasurer  Sunshine Coast Regional District  Box 800, Sechelt, B.C.  THE CORPORATION OF THE VILLAGE OF SECHELT  NOTICE  PUBLIC HEARING  OFFICIAL COMMUNITY PLAN  Notice is herby given that all persons who deem themselves to be  affected by the proposed amended Official Community Plan will be  afforded an opportunity to be heard 6n the matters contained  therein before the Council of the Village of Sechelt at p Public  Hearing to be held in the Senior Citizens' Hall, Mermaid Street,  Sechelt, B.C., on Wednesday, Sept. 12, 1979 at 7:00 p.m.  A copy of the proposed amended Official Community Plan may be  inspected at the Village Office, Inlet Avenue, Sechelt, B.C.  during office hours from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  J.M.A. Shanks  Clerk Treasurer  Eccles was rightfully pleased with what  they'd accomplished this year, regretting  only what they could have done with more  help. She really did a bang-up job with the  kids .and certainly deserves a gold star for  her efforts.  Preparations for the school year begin  this week. The registration of each new  student is anxiously awaited in the hope _  tfeaj he or'she will i^SnB^SSSPiS^  class is so big this year that it only (ie$&'|.  couple more kids to split it into" two  classes, thereby allowing each child more  individual attention. Know any five-year-  olds not yet enrolled?  HELP WANTED ,  Didn't everybody want to be a fireman  on a shiny red truck at some point in their  life? Well, the .trucks aren't red anymore  ��� they're somewhere between lime and  chartreuse.''But here's your chance to  fulfill mat childhood dream.  Thev Ralferts Creek Volunteer Fine  Department is recruiting. They're always  ready to welcome new members but  they're especially in need now with the  recent loss of a few of their crew.  . The only requirements are residence in  Roberts Cr<?ek and a phone. There's no sex  discrimination, you just have to be able to  perform the necessary skills. Training  sessions usually provide some good stories  and the social life sounds pretty good.  Roberts Creek has a reputation as an efficient department and you'd be proud to  be one of them providing such a vital  service to the Community.  They meet for practice at 7 p.m. every  Monday at the Fire Hall. So drop by and  pick up an application form or call Dennis  Davison at 885-2102 or Glen Kraus at 885-  2919.       V  RUMOUR . .. CONVD  Not to worry, Peter, the go-karts and  skateboard track will close down by  midnight ���, it'll just be the penny arcade  andpinball machines that stay open-.all-  night-and4hat's only on^weekends,   ��FSS>  KJLEJL  ��� C.    WATERS  CLEAN^  **'-.  REFUGEE AID  Please Return This Coupon To:  P.O. Box 1186, Sechelt B.C.  t*  D     I ENCLOSE A SINGLE DONATION OF $  D    I ENCLOSE 12 POST-DATED CHEQUES OF $ EACH.  .       Please Make Cheques ft Money Orders Payable to:  SUNSHINE COAST SOCIETY FOR VIETNAMESE REFUGEES  Q    I WOULD LIKE A COPY OF THE CONSTITUTION AND I THEREFORE  ENCLOSE A STAMPED SELF-ADDRESSED ENVELOPE.  77    I CAN DONATE [e.g. clothes, food, accommodation, time etc.]  Name  Address  Phone  COME AND  WTf!  ���SPECIEKenwood PACKAGE BIG,g|G SOUND  1 ONLY  ���  ���  ���  ���  KR3030 - AM-FM  STEREO RECEIVER  * Oa Frequency Response - 48 Hz, 22 KHz.  * Cross over frequency 1500 & 4000 Hz  * Recommended power - 20 Watts - 120  Watts  KD-3070  TURNTABLE  LS 407A SPEAKERS  10" Woofer,  4 9/16" Midrange,  1 1/4 Tweeter  Sugg. Price Ust '1299.00 KERNS LOW PRICE  11050  00  Sunshine Coast Regional District  NOTICE OF PUBUC HEARING  Land Ui��� Regulation Amendment Bylaw No. 14.44 \  Pursuant to sections 703 and 798A of the Municipal Act, a public hearing will be helcTto  contlder the following by-law of the Sunshine Coast Regional District. All persons who deem  tielr Interest In property affected by the proposed by-law shall be afforded an opportunity  ft be heard on matters contained therein.  Bylaw No. 96.44 will create a new land use zone which permits the retailing of goods which  Qi^ oriented to agricultural uses.1 By-law No. 96.44 also amends the zoning map by  designating the premises of Quality Farm and Garden Supply Ltd. on Pratt Road as an  Agricultural Commercial 5-A5 land use zone,  The jubllc hearing will be held In the gymnasium of Cedar Grove School on Chaster Road at  7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, September 5, 1979.  ���1 ��� _��� ���, r.t>  The above Is a synopsis of By-law No. 96,44 and Is not  deemed tobean Interpretation thereof .This by-law may  be Inspected at the Regional District office, 1248 Wharf  Street, Sechelt, B.C. during office hours, namely Monday to  Wednesday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Thursday and  Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:43 p.m. '  Sunshine Coast Regional District  P.O. Box 800  SechelF, B.C. VON 3A0  "B03-226T^ * ' ���y~*  Mr*. A.G. Pressley  1979:08:22  \ 97908-29  HIGH SPEED RECEIVER  KERN ELECTRONICS  886-9733  "Wr* won't hf> undersold on tho Ooricf"  direct line   922-2017  Seaview Place,  Gibsons  ;  11 VY  Halfmoon Bay happenings  Rutherford honored  Mary Shannon, Ph. 885-9765  Pender Harbour happenings  Cablevision survey  by DoYisli&^idso7^ 883-2308  Page A-6  The, Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 29,1979  On the evening of August 18, one of the  biggest crowds ever assembled at the  Welcome Beach Hall, awaited the arrival  of the guest of honour. When Grace  _ Rutherford armed, accompanied by her  daughter, Louisei BumerfordrsheTei^ived-  a rousing ovation, a spontaneous tribute to  a great and gracious lady who had served  the HalteamBay community for so many  ' years. Grace retires this month .after  working for 27 years in the Halfmoon Bay  Post Office, eleven years of which she was  postmistress. She was welcomed by  Master of Ceremonies, Bernie Ackerman  and one of her oldest friends in Halfmoon  ���Bay ,-Eva-Lyons,-presented Wer -with a  corsage.  When Grace Rutherford first arrived in  Halfmoon Bay in 1944, as the bride of  Archie Rutherford, they travelled from  - -Vancouver on the Union Steamship boat  "Lady Cynthia". On the boat she met  another bride, Jean Laird, who had just  arrived from England where she had  married Richard Laird. Jean's mother-in-  law, Eva Lyons had gone into Vancouver  to meet her and bring her to her new home.  From that time Grace and Jean have  been close friends, so it was particularly  appropriate that Jean, who now lives in  Vancouver, should be asked to make tbe  presentation to Grace, of a silver tray, on  behalf of the'Welcome Beach Community  Association, The Halfmoon Bay Hospital  Auxiliary and the Halfmoon Bay  Recreation Commission. In her presentation speech she said "I cannot imagine  retirement being in your plans. For you it  will be only a stepping stone and.a continuation of your sharing with and caring  for those around you". In response, Grace  urged her friends not to forget where she  lives. Though the house hear the wharf will  . no longer be the post office, it will still be  Grace's home.  Brian for Grace Ruterford's retirement.  The cake was decorated with a perirect  likeness of the Halfmoon Bay Post Office,  complete with its garden, shrubs ahd  hanging baskets. We asked Sylvia how she  ~61)1ained"such^n~aT;curate"picturrfor-ner  design and she tells us that because she  knew that Grace was such a special  person, she had taken the trouble to drive  up to Halfmoon Bay one day and seating  herself outside the Holgate home she made  a Sketch of the post office building. So we  would like to award our special Bouquet  this week to Sylvia for such painstaking  and conscientious service beyond the call  of duty.   A survey has already been started in  Pender Harbour by Coast Cable Vision to  find out how many people are interested in  cablevision. Madeira Park, Francis  Peninsula, Narrows Road and Garden Bay  are the designated-areascMadeira-Park-  side residents who have signed the papers  on the^Cable Viston survey-sure requested  to turn them in as soon as possible to Cathy  McQuitty or mail them. The survey will  continue on Garden Bay side this week.  PENDER HARBOUR SWIM CLUB  On behalf of the PH Swim Club we wish  ' to thank everyone for their generous  donations. George Taylor,  Taylor's  LABOUR DAY WEEK END  DANCE AT LEGION  On the evening of September 1 at 9 p.m.  there will be a dance at the RC Legion Br.  112. Live music by a group you will enjoy.  Uo-adniission^charged,-so-wind-up-the=r-  holiday season by having a good time at  the Legion.  VISITORS  Burdett and Phyllis Thomas have  -Burdett-s-mother-Mrs. Grace Thomas,  Leamington, Ontario visiting them and  she loves this area, enjoys meeting the  local people, says everyone is so friendly  she wishes she never had to leave. Bill and  SUNSHINE COAST TV  SALES ft SERVICE  IN THE  L*  OF SECHELT  Now Open MONDAY'- SATURDAY, 9:30am ��� 5:30  885-9816    Admiral  Ask about our  "Package" deals.  <______��> Mark of Quality  APPLIANCES & TELEVISIONS  FISHING IN HAKAI PASS  Even here in our lovely province of B.C._  we are sometimes inclined to stay home  and settle into a rut. It is when we have  visitors from far away places that we  climb out of our rut and take pride in  showing them our beautiful country, its  vastness and variety, its glorious coastline  and its rich resources. So, becuase Virg  Garnet was expecting a visitor from  Honolulu, he planned a charter fishing trip  in Hakai Pass. Driving into Vancouver, he  picked up his friend BobCosco, at the  airport and that very night they boarded  the MV Edgewater Fortune which was  moored at the North Arm, New Westminster. They slept aboard that night  because the vessel was due to sail at 4 a.m.  next morning. Virg reports that the 24 hour  cruise north was fabulous.  They arrived in Hakai Pass at 4 a.m. on  the Monday morning and stopping only for  breakfast, took to the small boats for the  start of their fishing holiday. Through  Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and  Thursday, all 36 passengers fished from 5  o'clock each morning, taking sandwiches  and beer for lunch and returning to the  -Garden Bay Store;-PH Lions Club andPH��� -Vi Evans had-friends-visiting themfrom-  ,  ,     ,     ��� ���        r>    *��� _����� v*        ship for dinner at 10 p.m. On Friday  -AUthatdayrHalfmoonBay-firefighters-^F *  had been busy-with-three-fireHcallsrbut^.-  number of them turned up at the party to  support Gerry Berthelet in presenting a  lovely floral arrangement as a token of  appreciation to Grace of all the help and  support she had given the Fire Departments Before-tiirCvening-endedrshe was-  also presented with a model of a mail box,  crammed with the gifts of her many  friends.  Never did the convenors of a party have  such generous support as they did in  planning this retirement party for Grace,  for she is universally loved and respected.  Special tribute should be paid to the  Master of Ceremonies, Bernie. Ackerman,  to George Murray who had;plann*3d the-  parking with such skill and organization  and to Olive Comyn and Donna Perry who  were responsible for so much of the  organization. Mary Murray had a committee of ten ladies who did a superb job of  planning the excellent smorgasbord  supper, and Carmen Grassie brought her  great skill at flower arranging to beautify  the hall. The practical and resourceful  Joan Mackereth created the poster which  had such an authentic post-office look and  the model mail box.  Paul Hansen had'brought along his  organ and played for dancing until the  small hours. He was joined by Herb  Receveur of Eureka who played the  saxophone and the clarinet.  ON WITH THE NEW  Bernie Ackerman introduced the new  postmistress, Maria Mahar who will take  over the Halfmoon Bay post office on  August 26 and operate it from the B & J  Store.  BEEFS AND BOUQUETS  Sylvia BlackweJU of Sechelt who does  the cake decorating in the Bakery  Department at Shop Easy, has designed  many delightful cakes for our school and  community, always giving that personal  and imaginative^ouch to ensure the design  fitting the occasion. But of all the wonderful designs she has carried out she  - certainly surpassed herself In the handsome and personalized design she carried  out on the huge cake made by her husband  morning there was arlast chance to land'  that record-breaTdn^"^almwr~but~th��r  Community Club. Many thanks to all who  _ saved their bottles for the Swim Club and a  big thank you to the staff of tile liquor store  for all their help. The lessons were held at  Brightside Resort contest of Charlie and  Shirley Falconbridge which we greatly  appreciated. Thanks again Charlie end  Shirley! by Shirley Morrison and Wilma  Thompson. '���  LIONS-LEGION PICNIC  Folks who never turned out for the  Second Annual Lions-Legion picnic missed  a fun-filled day. Results of.the sports  events:  Toddlers under six ������ Chad Gibson,  Jeanine Reid, Paula Ferrar. Girls 6 to 8 ���  Mona Gibsons, Michelle Van Depoll,  Nicole Ferrar. There were two first in the  6 to 8 race, Allison Crosby and Mona  Gibsons. Boys 6 to 8 ��� Josh Young, Tony  Adamson.  Boys 6 to 8 Novelty ��� Graham Van-  derpoll, Chad Gibson, Louis Nichols. Girls  Novelty Race ��� Michelle Vanderpoll,  Allison. Crosby, Allison Clarke. Girls Sack  Race, 6 to 8 ��� .Sandra Crosby, Allison  Crosby, Nichole Ferrar. Girls Sack Race.,  6 to 8 ��� Fred Hunsche, Leonard Ferrar,  Chris Fenn. Egg and Spoon Novelty Race,  T4yeafs and over Xtwo heats) ��� first one,  Burnaby, B.C., Mr. and Mrs. Carr. Mark  and Myrtle Myers have Myrtle's sisters  staying with them, Mrs. Lillian Solhiem,'  Burnaby and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas  Gordon, Burnaby. Jeannie; Morrison,  North Vancouver came to visit all her old  friends here and was at the picnic last  Sunday.  HOSPITAL  Mary Wright, Garden Bay was rushed  to St. Mary's Hospital last week suffering  from a slight heart attack.  WEDDING BELLS  Brenda Crosby and Gary Popp will be  tying the knot on November 17.  FIREMEN'S BALL  The Pender Harbour Volunteer  Firemen will be having their Annual Ball  on Saturday, September 22 in the Madeira  Park Community Hall. The music will be  by the Penn, Kings. Baron of beef will be  served, cooked tenderly by the firemen's  wives like they did last years. Tickets are  $8 per person. Time: 6:30 Happy Hour,  7:30 Supper. Tickets are available from  any fireman. '  PASSPORT PHOTOS  & CITIZENSHIP  WHILE YOU WAIT  NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY  Sunnycrost  Centre,  Gibsons  KM HHpBjsjSs^     j&\  lid LQMrAm  886-8010  SWIMMING POOLS  INGROUND ��� INSTALLED ��� ABOVE GROUND  ��� CHEMICALS ��� MAINTENANCE ��� SERVICE  Saunas - Whirlpools ��� Spa's - Hot Tubs  S7'"%  . VuNSHINE ^5  sv jTrODUCTS^  We install ail our products  Richard  Sasaratt  886-7411  or  886-8023  North Road,  Gibsons  Free Estimates      No Obligation  passengers had to be back on board by  noon for the return journey.  A pool was organized with a prize of  $100 for the biggest salmon caught and  smaller prizesfor the second biggest and  for the biggest cohoe~ancl"pTnkTVifg tied~  for the second biggest salmon with a  beautiful 42% pound red spring and won  $25 and a ribbon and trophy.  On their way south, they passed four  Canadian Minesweepers which gave the  MV Edgewater Fortune a salute, for she  was formerly the mother ship of all the  Canadian minesweepers.  Arriving back in Vancouver, Bob Rosco  had a business appointment in Relomuu.  but his hosts there flew their private plane'  down to Vancouver to pick him up, so that  he even managed to include a flying trip to  the Garnet home at Redrooffs. He has  returned to Honolulu, gloriously happy  and with his regulation allowance of fish.  COMINGS AND GOINGS  Ross Urquhart, with his wife Lynn and  children Janna and Michael are leaving  Vancouver to settle on the Sunshine Coast,  so that Ross can work with his father, Bill  Urquhart in the plumbing business. Ross  is planning to build a new home on the  Redrooffs Road, but for the time being the  faimily will live in .Sechelt.  Guest otNetaHoagland at Eureka is an  old friend, Stella Scattergood of Oshawa>  spending a vacation with her. It is Stella's  first visit to the Sunshine Coast.  At the Shannon home have been Tip and  Jessie Corson of Vancouver. Tip's activities were somewhat restricted as he  had one leg in a cast since he broke it on a  fishing trip with his son-in-law, Peter  Moore of Madeira Park.  TNancy HoareV Audrey Wright. Second one,"  Dawn Adamson, Pat Ferrar.  Mr. and Mrs. {Jack Race ��� Corey  MacDonald and Fred MacDonald. Novelty  Race for boys 6 to 9 ��� David Osmond, Len  Fenn, Fred Hunsche. LadiesjSfovelty Tug  'O War���Some how thebest team wontwo ~  out of three, no names mentioned. Men's  Tug 'O War ��� Gord Kobus, Ted Alexander, Bruce Kobus, Brian Clarke, Bill  Lawrnuk, John Chalupa, Roger Ferrar,  Cary McDonald, Jim Haddon, Less  Beharrow, Fred Crosby, Jack Heidema,  Gus Provencher, Maurice Hoare, Herb  LeSeelleur, Mel Likes, David Pritchard,  Jerry Bemh.art, Joe McCann and Charles  Hobbs.  !������ -     >      -Wf  The Horseshoe Pitching was a very  popular event. Those who had never  played before soon founoVout it was lots of  fun. The men's horseshoe event ended in a  tie. Bob Davies, Herb LeSeelleur split the  winnings with Joe McCann and Charles  Hauka. Women's horseshoe winners-  First, Rhonda Nichols, Roxanna Gibsons.  Second, Bev. Rintoul, Doris Edwardson.  Burdette Thomas was in charge of the  horseshoe events, Bill Evans took charge  of the concessions and a surprise for  everyone was hot buttered corn on the  cob (free) donated by the Lions Club.  Safety  In 1978, there were 51 traffic fatalities  recorded during tho 78 hour Labour Day  Weekend. This year, the Canada Safety  Council fears the figure will rise to  somewhere between 50 and 61.  Worst Labour Day weekend over, for  traffic fatalities, was the, year lftBO, when,  there were 102 deaths.  This year, the Canada Safety Council  has noted a distressing upward trend in  tho statistics ��� a trend ^hat has not yet  been explained, More Canadians are  expected to do their travelling at home this  year, and there may be a larger than usual  influx of American visitors due to gasoline  shortages reported In the U.S.A. It��U adds  up to an expectation of more than usually  congested roads with nn abundance of  drivers unfamiliar with their Immediate  surroundings.  In an effort to minimize tho traffic toll,  the Canada Safety Council ls asking all  drivers to pay special attention to correct  overtaking procedure In view of the Increased risk of mooting gomoono coming  the other way on undivided highways. In  fact, a driver might ask the question "Do I  really NEED to pass?"  When passing, check traffic ahead and  .. ��� �� y��* fl .yf ^. j^i w w? RjK *3SS$ivW "Styft i>*'ilW*** ���-*'*W * &���' ��>i iflP*, .%'H wMi ��*sjpf ,W'sB "MPsjSi  passed; signal again and move to right  lane when well clear; resume normal  speed. Care is essential, becbuae pjuudng  at the wrong time can lead, to head-on  crashes.  V  ,.&&<//,'tiM |',UV\  [AldergraWe]  DRAPES  Custom iMada lo ^Mwmm ^/wpen  Xtfm GollmaUo wilin i\o obligation.  On September 1,  therewill be a moderate  Incfeasei^^  electricity,   Nobody enjoys a rate increase.  ���^ftlBtefc^.^tlhis orjLe down t^ljgs.than,;  ie current rate of inflation:   *  Hydro's first rate increase in 18 months becomes effective  September 1st, 1979. For residential customers connected to the  integrated transmission system, the increase averages 4%.  ' RESIDEisrnALELECTWCRATE(TWO-MQ  OLD RATE  NEWRATE  DIFFERENCE  BASIC  CHARGE                     $4.00  $4.50  UP 50*2  lST550kWh .  PERkWh                      4.5jz  4.5jz  NONE  ALL ADDITIONAL  CONSUMPTION  PERkWh                  '   2.5?  2.65?  15  UP loo OF 1?  MINIMUM  CHARGE             $6.14  $4.50  DOWN $1.64  Customers with very low annual consumption'will actually pay  new rate structure.  less under the  Here are some examples of how new rates will affect typical  electric bills:  ��� Small apartment suite without either electric space heating  Or wate,r heating���two-month consumption of 300 kilowatt-  hours: 25jz a month increase.  ��� House with electric water heating but without electric space  heating���two-month consumption of 2,000 kWh: $1.34 a  month increase.  ��� House with both electric space heating and water heating���  two-month consumption of 6,000 kWh: $4134 a month  increase.  In areas served by diesel electric generators, the rate  structure is slightly different, but the percentage increase will  be similar.  RESIDENTIAL DIESEL ELECTRIC RATE (TWO-MONTH PERIOD)  OLD RATE  NEWRATE  DIFFERENCE  BASIC  CHARGE  $4.00  $4.50  UP 50?  1ST 550 kWh  PER kWh  4.5?  4.5?  NONE  NEXT 2,450 kWh  PERkWh  25?  -  2.65?  UPT(K)0F1?  ALL ADDITIONAL  CONSUMPTION  PERkWh  5?  5.23?  UP Too OF 1?  MINIMUM  CHARGE  $6.14  $4.5Q  DOWN $1.64  Cuntomcrii with very low annual consul  new rate structure,  mptiwt i  A'ill actually pay  less under the  General Service rates for commercial and industrial customers  also will increase on September 1st.  B.C. HYDRO  i  V Stroller finds propane leak  Wednesday, August 29,1979  The Peninsula Times  Page A-7  A slight leak at the Canadian Propane  tanks in Roberts Creek was'discovered  before any problem could occur on August  '1?. .        '   - . >'_    ���������'.  "X Still, the le^ concerned Roberts Creek  Fire Chief Glen Kraus enough to call in a  fire inspector from Vancouver to, look the  situation over.     ,        . ;;  ;\V    '  ���,. 7"It could have, been a problem if it had  gone unnoticed'and (the 'wind ^wasn't  blowing because propane is heavier than  air and can form into pockets.  - "But the leak caused by a volume  guage was very small, about the amount  given off by a propane lighter, there was  very little danger, to anyone,!' Kraus said.  ,He went ot to say there was a remote  .possibility the tanks could have caught on  fire but added the tanks were very safe.  The tanks, according to Kraus, will  have to be emptied before they can be  fixed.  VVThe leakwas discovered by a passerby  wlib heard a hissing noise and could smell  the propane.,     :, r  as*  t             SMALL WOOD RESOURCES  ~ ^*P^^W3p^ES!  1      '7<&%&r  rBmm&^-_\____yE____\___\_\  K              OPEN SATURDAYS-Ua.m.-2 p.m.  jSP?                         OR CALL FOR LUMBER  '^h*  JB  ~*Rough Lumber Hogging * Cutting *Thlnning  :^: ���< :.***���  Field Road                       885-2455 A  from  Sept. 6 to Nov. 6  Every Tues. morning 10am-12  Every Tues. night 7:30 p.m.-9:30 p.mT  Instructress PAT CRUCIL  Interested parties MUST PRE-REGISTER  AT  SEW EASY  Cowrie St.  885-2725  Sechelt  GERARDO AVILA gave the kids a special show of pantomime during the  Roberts Creek Summer Fun.  Book Look  t '  By MURRIE REDMAN  PROPHECY by David, .Seltzer, Ballantine  Novel 1979, $2.75 paper.  _   PROPHECY by the author of THE,  _ ORCEN^jw^fmn^liqsts andgoblins of _  yore to teU about a modern-day monster.  It is one that we must all admit to creating.  Our need for higher technology and industrial economy makes us responsible in  the "user society" as co-Frankensteiners  of the monsters created by mercury,  ymtrates^oF^y other pollijtant or mutant.  a minor war begins between the white .and'  the native communities. ^  Two of the leaders for the Indian  peoples are~Ramona Peters and Joh~n~  Hawks. Both, educatecTand returned to  their tribe, decide to make a commitment  In this novel, two city innocents go to  the mountains to study the effects of a  huge paper producing mill there. Strange  tilings are said to happen in the virgin  forest near the mill site.: Reports of  oversized animals, mutant plants and odd  behaviour amongst the people living  downstream from the mill filter down to  the environmental authorities,,. c,,.;.,,v t ;v  They sent up young ito^TB fcake'san^  pies which will be studied. Rob ahdlus  wife who have been contemplating, their  "honeymoon is over" marriage think that  it will be the perfect place to make up. The  side plot has wife, Maggie secretly  pregnant and waiting, to break the news  to Rob. Rob., has already stated  categorically that he does not want to be a  father ��� in these terrible times, to borrow  a hackneyed phrase.  The Indian people of the area have also  noted strange behaviour among their  people and no one will listen to them when  they complain about their symptoms.  They have a hard time convincing the  paper company that they suspect they axe  being poisoned by the effluent from the  mill. They resort to militant methods and  to the cause even if it means their very  lives. They meet Rob and Maggie as the*  two travel to their island cabin base on a  remote lake. Driving the city couple to  their study site are lumbermen who mix it  -T��prwith the Indians who ti^"to~blotlrtheir  way.  Rob begins his research and later the  two couples work together to solve the  "monster" mystery.  Shades of the Japanese Minamata  pollution crisis enter the plot. Finally,  evidence of the frightening monster is  found. Rob and Maggie hurry to use it as  7 proof but are stopped by one Off*^ting?$��J'  most  dreadful   creatures,   ft  is   well*  if.  described so movie-goers should have hot \  trouble making a positive identification of .  it in theatres. It is a sad, violent and bloody  ending that leaves readers with an uncomfortable feeling that it might come  true some day.  ��� Seltzer's monster is bigger and more  obvious than the ones that creep so insidiously upon us in these times. The  author gives us the opportunity to shudder  at the horrors that technology may create,  but leaves us with the uncomfortable  feeling that we might somehow be partially responsible. His characters help us  realize that the power still lies with the  people ��� at least the ones who do more  than merely cluck over these kinds of  issues in the media.  SUNDECKS  FIBREGLASS SHEET VINYL  SEAMLESS GUTTERS  5 INCH CONTINUOUS GUTTER MANUFACTURED AT  YOUR HOME. BAKED ENAMEL INSIDE S OUT.  ALUMINUM FACIA COVER & SOFFIT  VI"VL        SIDING      ALUMINUM  ROLL UP   AWN IN GS   ALUMINUM  CANOPIES & CARPORTS  BAKED ENAMEL ON ALUMINUM FOR MAINTENANCE FREE USE  BLOWN IN  WALLS    INSULATION    FILINGS  i; f ^���Wrt(IK*<��*l>W'��l��Ki'1^1* ��� W��*tf'T I-.4 *>%! *tf 1*  EASILY INSTALLED IN NEW ft EXISTING HOMES  ORNAMENTAL  IRON  RAILINGS     ALUMINUM  any size rinreAnrryr  fireplace  OR SHAPE  r IR L5vR LL N ��  ACCESSORIES  Wo install all our products  fmS-tmim-  r^^^��.<J��M#"*>^^  iftkfti  intimates      IMo Obligation  sY  \  \  Wt 4fc��� =31 August 31st  - ^ �� ^   All vehicles in stock  a*^^      "NO REASONABLE  * vJ$* OFFER REFUSED"  - And if we don't have it,  we'll get it for you.  1979 PLYMOUTH  HORIZON FIVE-DOOR  HATCHBACK  1979 CHRYSLER  NEW YORKER  FOUR-DOOR PILLARED  HARDTOP  !��*>���'..  ���,-.ws��j,ij.^��,vi��;>^.vta��.jf#kwt(p.-,,.-i^>.t,v+. ���  1979DODGE D100 ADVENTURER  SE CLUB CAB SWEPTLINE  PICKUP  [A&BbOUt*  \tt#n��w5/d0  Dndgc  (IIK^IIKl  SAUS'SCRVlCt  UnCDFIST CHRM5LER LTD  You Are The Winner, When You Shop Suncoast Chrysler, " " I  7 '  x'  PageA-8 ,       Hie Peninsula Times V Wednesday, August 29,1979"  BSBBQEEE  DEALIN' DAYS ARE HERE ON TRUCKS!  OVER 30 NEW TRUCKS AND VANS IN STOCK ...  ��  Red Carpet Lease  MQIW  OLD-Bfl6HIONED  CDURTESf  1 fWsl CsVfWI I'tlH ���* a) MOM* HiMk (I. fftld Mo4ul Co"(��*nV ��< CWsldl  lid  EXAMPLES:  1979 Pinto - 3 dr. runabout, w/w tires 2300 cc, 4 speed,  full wheel discs, AM radio, pinstripes, body side moldings.  $118.59 p.m. plus tax - 48 months.  r^ 7  - i    Mi    .  1979 Bobcat-Villager stn. wagon - V6 engine, auto, roofrack,  radio, w/w tires, wire wheel discs, ghia pkg, $147.48 P.M.  plus tax - 48 months.  1979 Ford F100 PU V8, auto, p.s. p.b. radio, step bumper  $161.53 P.M. plus tax - 48 months,  J  5  1979 BRONCO ~r Free whl. pkg, Gold Glow  Pain, air conditioning, cruise, tilt-wheel, roll  bar, stereo sound, skid plates.  1979 Lincoln ��� Collectors Series Mark V.  Midnight Blue, loaded, Including moonroof.  1979 FORD Fairmont Squire Stn. Wagon ���  White, 200 CID, 6 cyl., auto, PS, PB, radial  W/W tires, full whl discs, roof rack, side  went windows, .  1979 FORD F-250 P.U��� 351 V8, auto PS, PB,  radio, toolbox, protective body molding,  pqlnt stripes, rear step bumper.  Good selection of used cars and trucks  Our parts and service departments are in full swing  i i,���  Call Ken Begg for your  parts requirements  SERVICE - We have 3  mechanics to serve you.  885-3281  ��� 'c'i'i 7  , ' hn i   ���  /'',''*��� ���>       t1 ..!  'T&etcow* t*%*d &*0fofy  Drop In for a test drive today!  Open Monday-Friday 'till 9 p.m.  SATURDAY - 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.  .iw...;,.t,.��j,.4��i*lffM ���  SOUTH COAST FORD SALES LTD.  lft1^v^*,W��piWB|^l^^  "Full Line Ford and Mercury Dealer"  l-1m%-Ta_Wi%_  hlwrnfti  1326 Wharf Road, Box 1759, Sechelt, B,C.  " " '"'���"' .��'......������... ,.^,,.. ... .  Lfi i j 'lm-i ��� i ��iw.?i 111?4 _rxjr  1-fkMl..^  Service Dept. Hours:  8:00 am-4:30 pm  Van ToPree 684-29fl c.  The PENiNsuLA%^e&  Section B r~    Wednesday, August 29,1979 Pages 1-8  This pullout section will be offered weekly in the Peninsula Times to inform our readers on the latest news in the local real  estate market, to offer the most complete classified sales information possible and to provide news and information on  business and industry at the local, provincial, national and international level as it affects our lives on the Sunshine Coast.  ���:���>����:*  this week's  Realty Feature  ratt  c">s***csa��^  SS*3*3  mm  3m8M*gSF.  i^#5^>  -HOPKINS- LANWNG_==^^emUwxiterfxont_wjth-excellent_  view of Howe Sound and North Shore mountains. This two  bedroom bungalow has large comfortable rooms with  sundeck to enjoy the view and is situated on 100 feet lot.  Two-car garage has workshop at rear, other storage space  under sundeck. Easy acces to beach with mooring offshore,  close to store.and ferry and one mile to school. House is in  first class conditioiuin every respect,and all furnishings are  included, must be seen td apj^eclate^Asj^^S^S^OQvc  HOPKINS LANDING  jflfe  tt-ft^t  irr/iRnitf       **'��� ^state * Insurance  AGENCIES LTD.  B��X 238''589 Marin* Drive;Gibsons  n^S^vK^  %W  986-2248  Evenings Call:  Ron McSavaney, 885-3339;  George Cooper, 886-9344  John Black, 886-7316;  4*:jfe^*: I  ���*#F^*#  mi  > /���__ *��Nft Njfr  ���i.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.  y*::- **���*% . m.  ���X-X-^W  ���v*w*\  mw-K ,  i^  sftiSS  M**fct&  Remember: the nicest thing  about a  Times Classified  is that it is as near  as your phone.  JUST CALL  885-3231  Tuesday thru Saturday  WE'LL BILL YOU  LATER  %W4V>"s&Sv!vft&  :'**!  ��� ��. x      svs  '���. p*!WO*��i,vAi(** '.  M^Wl". T  :�����  ;?&SHteP t.    (, .s  ���S85-3231  PageB-2       The Peninsula Times       August 29,1979  Zm   Personal  Work Wanted  Help Wanted  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES  Phone 885-3231  Published Wednesdays by  The Peninsula Times  forWestpres Publications Ltd.  at Sechelt. B.C.  Established 1963     '  Deaths, Card of Thanks, In  Memoriam, Marriage and  Engagement Notices are $7.00  (up to 14 lines) and 60c per line  after that. Four' words per line.,  Bifth Notices, Coming Events ,  take regular classified rates.  Ad-Briefs mutt be paid for in  7300 Copies Distributed advance by Saturday, 5 p.m.  Classified Advertising Rates: '   to receive cash discount.  3-line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One Insertion , $2.15     Three insertions ^.7.-..:. $4.30   --    " 'Subscription Rates:  _--___--  Extra Lines (4 words)  60c    By Mall:  Display Ad-Briefs Outside local Area,. ,$>* *r-  $2.90 per column Inch USA $20.00 yr.  Box Numbers   ... rr.-$UM extra    Overs.Mii $25.00 yr.  .      ���       ��    _i       i__K,_     *_.     SlngleCoplei 20c ea.  Legal or Reader advertising 30c  per agate line.  GUITAR  &   Music   Theory  lessons.   Jazz,   improv;  reading, writing, all styles.  Beg.-Adv. Budge, 885-9285.  1528-tfn  DISCERNING ADULTS. Shop  discreetly. Send $5 for our  latest catalogue of. marital  aids, lingerie, housewares and  jewelry. Elirect - Action  Marketing Inc., Dept. YK,  Box 3268, Vancouver, B.C.  V6B3X9. 2055-43  DRYWALLING, taping  and  filling. Free estimates. 885-  5058. 200942  ADVERTISING Sales Person  needed immediately  by  expanding,    weekly  newspaper:,  some  $1 PER SOUR. Have car, will   management duties required.  Work-Wanted.  Announcements  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous  Meeting, every Thurs., 8:30-  pm, Wilson Creek Community  Hall. 885-2896 or 885-3394. 4816-  tf  In Memoriam  HOLIDAYING? Moved  - recently? Running, out of  Amway supplies? Call 885-  .2546 eves. Instant service  anywhere. 203240  IN LOVING memory of John  Edward Edmondv who  passed away Aug. 27, 1977.  Ever remembered and sadly  missed by his widow and  family. 201240  Card of Thanks  I WISH TO thank everyone  who organized my beautiful  retirement party, and all the  Birth Announcements   many people for their good  ������ ���     wishes & gifts. The warmth  DENNIS & Alexis Davison are  proud to announce the birth  of Heather Anne, a sister for  Erin & Susan. Born August 18,  9 lbs. 12 oz., at St. Mary's  Hospital. 206540  Obituary  and friendliness I have ex-  frienced during the 28 years  have been connected with  the Post Office are very  precious to me, and have  added much to my happiness  in , and love for, Halfmoon  BayT Thank" youall. ��� Grace-  Rutherford; 206240-  McKENNA:  Passed away    : ; =  August 21, 1979, Ralph Personal  McKenna, late of Sechelt in _���__ TTgT.rc,,  his 75thyear. Survived by his NEW!     EXCLUSIVE  close friends Ray -and Mona Remarkable   'Nearly  Me  Desrouches     and     their breast prosthesis. Only from  4au^hhiH^_Julk._Funeral 'Exclusively     Yours  PORTABLE Sawmille to cut  - on 50-50 lumber split. Write  Box 859, Sechelt, stating size,  capacity and-or price quotes;  CLAPP'S CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing. All  types of Concrete work.  Breaking and hauling away of  old    concrete.    Concrete  leakage problems. Seepage or  high pressure leaks.  Phone Wayne Clapp  for free estimates  885-2125  after 7 p.m.  ,     Box 1341, Sechelt  121141  DRYWALLING, taping and  filling. Free estimates ��� 885-,  5058. 188840  THE HOU.SEWARMERS will  replace or convert your  existing wood windows to  double-pane thermal glass.  For homes with existing  aluminifin windows, we install  -inside-slidingJtormj?indpws.  _CalLus,we're_the experts. Call  ,986-3102 or contact TD~Box  travel.,*' Will, babysit  anything, anywhere, anytime.  Dependable grandmother  with lots of experience..  Rosamund Simpkins. 885-2688.  203042  Help Wanted  2 MATURE persons required  __to_ jnanage���laundrmnat_& _  amusement arcade in Sechelt. ~  6hr. day. Contact Mr. Killam,  ,885-2283,10-5^1   -189240  special NEEDS Child Care  Worker needed at Wilson  Creek Day Care. Call 885-2721  for info. 201040  WANTED:  Person to jakg  over redistribution of CNIB  lottery tickets. 885-2571.   2019-  40       '     '  THE COMOX District Free  Press, Canada's leading  weekly newspaper, has an  immediate opening for an  experienced 'idea' person capable of producing good shop  layouts in addition to finished  work for client presentation.  Should be well versed in offset  newspaper production and  ready to assume responsibility for supervision of in-  office activities of advertising  department detail staff.  Salary commensurate with  qualifications. Please mail  resume and work samples to  Murray Francis, Advertising  Manager, Comox District  Free Press. Box 3039, Courtenay. B.C. V9N5N3.    204042  service was held Saturday.  August 25 in the Chapel of  Devlin Funeral Home, Gibsons. Reverend David Brown  officiated. Interment Seaview  Cenetery. 202640  NETTERFIELD: Passed  away Aug. 26,1979, Wilfred  Harmon (Boo) Netterfield,  late of Grantham's Landing,  aged 70 years. Survived by his.,  loving wife Fern, 1 daughter,  Beverly Kerstel, 5 stepsons  Neil, Lavery, Keith, Gordon,  Byron & Wayne Hoover; 13  grandchildren; 1 brother .and  1 sister. Memorial service  Wednesday, August 29 at 3  p.m. in the Vancouver  Crematorium Chapel, 41st &  Fraser St., Vancouver.  Flowers gratefully declined.  Devlin Funeral Home  Directors. 40  Use Times Adbriefs I  TJaaea,OTnT"Boutiquer_^te-  1511 - 925 West Georgia St.,  Vancouver V6C1R5. Privacy,  comfort, expert fitting. Phone  684-3522. 203840  86514, North Vancouver, B.C.  ; 1924-tfn  THUNDER PAINTING  Interior & Exterior  professional work at  reasonable rates y  -FreerEstimates-  Glbsons  UNITED CHURCH  launches its  SUNDAY  SCHOOL  Son:?* Sept.  9:30 am.  Fellowship room. Breakfast  served on the "good Ship  Glory". Children and parents  welcome.  Teacher training Sat. Sept. 8  - 9 am - 3 pm. Open to any  interested parties.        5 years on the coast  885-3301 & 886-7619  3861-tf  SCRAP CAR pick up. Phone  883-9290. 197941  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES LTD.  Let us care-for - your  ' needs:;'/-    '   ..';���  '"���-  -Topping  -Falling  -Limbing  Insured work  "Our reputation  speaks for itself"  ph. 885-2109  tree  3283-tf  LADY 5' 2", slim looking for  companionship & outings,  late 50's, 60's. .Sechelt area.  Reply Box 310A, .Sechelt. 1899-  '���40-  ,  PREPAID  RUN YOUR AD 3 TIMES FOR THE PRICE OF 2  PRINT YOUR AD IN THE SQUARE. BE SURE TO LEAVE A BLANK SPACE  AFTER EACH WORD. THREE LINES IS $2.15. EACH ADDITIONAL LINE  IS 60c. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR SPECIAL SAVINGS.  * Run your ad twice ���the third time It FREE.  * If you pay for your ad the Saturday before publication you get a  discount ���- 25c for one insertion ���- 50c for three Insertions.  MAIL US YOUR AD, OR DROP IS OFF:  In SECHELT at The Peninsula Times Office  Suncoast Agencies, Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons.  THE PENINSULA TIMES CLASSIFIEDS  BOX 310 SECHELT, B.C.  V0N3A0  CLASSIFICATION  8WW  *f��l  (V'-i-vi $9 15  ""' j"'l  1    ii  | 7/ '  \y 1  Oil   CflCH  lino          Wm  Classifieds  CAPABLE      NURSE-  companion-driver, etc. for  private home duties. Day or  night.    885-2627.     201342  Attractive salary: Beautiful  Lakes District of B.C. Ask for  Bill at 692-7526. V ,     199041  EARN UP to $100, a week!  7 Spare time career with  management opportunity  available. For details send  name, address, phone number  to: M. Chester,. 205, 1899  Willingdon Ave., Burnaby,  =B;C. V5C 5TE=Phone 29��512r  199242  EXP'D   Housekeepers  7���Waitresses, Cook. Exp'd  only need apply, in person,  Lord Jim's Lodge.       194841  REQUIRED FlM-  MEDIATELY: experienced  Grapple-Loader operator 599  American, with snorkel.  Temporary-permanent  position with Jacobson Bros.  Forest Products Ltd. Logging  division at Horsefly, B.C.  Contact O.J. Andersen,  Woodlands Manager. Box  4710, Williams Lake, B.C. V2G  2V7. Phone 3924121 office;  392-5969 home. 192141  PART-TIME INSTRUCTORS  Instructors are needed for the  fall program in the following  areas:  Automotive   Maintenance,  Basic   FULL-TIME reliable  babysitter needed Aug. 23  till school starts. Part-time  fall & winter. Secret Cove-  Halfmoon Bay area. 885-9563  ~Wi3853076: 189340'  Wanted to Rent  RESP. COUPLE seeking  snuill house or cottage from  6 to 7 mos., Sept.-Feb. 886-9739  or call collect to 9864970.1942-  39  .  WANT TO caretake home for  approx 6 mos. Halfmoon  Bay-Sechelt area. Bonded.  Non-smoker. 885-9234.' 201440  ACCOMMODATIONS     for  family of'3  commencing  Oct. 1. Gibsons-Sechelt area.  Ph. Surrey, 588-0913.    201542  ~AFTER-SEPTr 1:" Heated,  furnished   accomm.   w?  ^kitchen for. work  crews..  Generalarea Davis Bay. Good  care assured. Damage deposit,  avail. Ph. Collect Bryan,  Keith or Susan. 530-9771. 1959-  -41'      .   ,t     ,   * ACCOMMODATION     for  student,teacher in Sechelt  area beginning .Sept. 1. 876-  5466 or 688-5165, collect.   1884-  40  Real Estate  Cars and Trucks"  '77DODGE % fon PU, V8, AT,  ps, pb, radio, deluxe interior, exc. cond., $4,600 obo.  885-5389. '       205740  ���  '53 FORD 1 ton panel, custom  body, oak int., mech. sound,  needs body work. New  flathead V8 motor. Real  1 collector's item, $1,000 obo.  Also 3 spd. trans. Bell housing"  & clutch essbL To fit flathead  V8, $50 obo. 886-7566.     201840  '63 FORD GALAXIE. Running cond. Goodrubber, $75.  - 885-2578.- ~       202340"  Cars and Trucks  >66 VOLKS BEETLE, com-  plete.motor tune-up, incl.  new fuelpump & starter, new  ��� muffler.: good transportation.  "Offers. Also 3.6 Scott outboard  for free. It runs! 885-9004.1975-  39        -...-'  Motorcycles  ���74" NORTON850 Interstate,  7,000 mi. Good cond., $1,900.  883-9490.     . 194441  '77  125 YZ YAMAHA,  low  ���mileage, exc cond^Asking-  $600,885-28037 "200440  '72 CHEV Vega station wagon.  V39;000 mi., $800 firm. 886-  9522aft.6p.nv 202540  '71 GMC %   ton  camper  -special. Good cond. & good  rubber. 883-2681. 203340  J73 TOYOTA 4 dr. Corona.  Radio, auto, Pirelli radials,  exc. cond., $1,950 obo. 885-3730  eves. 203440  CANADA'S LEADING  Weekly newspaper has an  immediate opening for" an  experienced Display Advertising Person. The sue-,  cessful applicant ��� will  represent the award-winning,  Twice^weekly'ComoxTJistriclr  Free Press in the heart of  Vancouver Island  vacationland. A growing area  offering comfortable homes,  good schools and a wide  variety of sports and social  activities. The applicant  should be enthusiastic and  imaginative,' have a proven  sales records be. capable .of -.-  producing good-layouts and .  selling copy for all types of  retail accounts and be able to  assist advertisers in the  establishment of consistent  planned advertising ,  programs. The applicant  should also have a good  knowledge of offset  newspaper production and  retail sales techniques. Salary  commensurate with  qualifications. Mail resume  before September 7 to:,  Murray Francis, Advertising  Manager, Comox District  Free Press, Box 3039, Courtenay, B.C. V9N 5N3.    204142  WANTED: Hockey. Players  with Junior A experience to  pipy in Pacific Northwest  Hockey League with the  .Smithers Totems. Apply Box  1072, Smithers, B.C. VOJ 2N0  or phone 847-3251. 204441  MILLWRIGHT REQUIRED  for Sawmill in Northern  B.C. Certified Millwright  preferred but not essential.  Swing shift. Union rates.  Those Interested call Rim  Forest Products, South  Hazelton, B.C. VOJ 2R0. Phone  842-5260. 204543  MAINTENANCE Superin-  tendent required tor a  Veneer & Stud Mill near the  Town of Slave Lake, 150 miles  north of Edmonton. Successful applicant will join our  management team and take  responsibility for all malnn  tenance, including supervision of 14 tradesmen. Good  organizational and supervisory skills required. Forest  Products background and  electrical maintenance experience preferred but not  essential. Relocation  assistance, salary negotiable,  excellent benefits, Zcidlor  Forest Industries Ltd., Box  4370, Edmonton, Alta. TOE  1N9. Phono (403) 460-3311.  205140  PARTSMAN and 3rd or 4th  yoar mechanic required for  progressive Ford dealership  In Spirit River, Alberta.  Salary commensurate with  experience. Apply in hand  writing to: Cobran Motors,  Box 309, Spirit River, Alta.  For Rent  SUITE FOR ret. Gibsons. 2 or  . 3 bdrm. Avail, immed. 581-  0024.   ' 195741  CLEANFURN. spacious view_  suite. FP, heat & util. incl.  Must have refs. 886-7769. I960-  41  .SEA BEACH: Treed waterfront on the open Pacific,  sandy beach, road and power,.  West coast Vancouver tsleuid;  $45,000; Lake Beach and  Cottage: 28 ha (70 acres).  915m (3000') waterfront, 3  bdrm year-round home,  outbuildings, float, Quesnel  Lake, Cariboo, $79,000. Ron  Burley, Pearson-Johnstone &  Associates Ltd., Box 580,  Ucluelet, B.C. VOR 3A0. Phone  7264447. , 199441  7% ACRES WF 20 mi. up the  , inlet-fromSeehelt. Timber   water-supply, self-contained    |  new cedar cottage, dock &  boathouse. $79,500.885-2879.  .   193841  LOT FOR sale by owner. End  of Pebble Crescent. Treed,  Frontage 40' - back 95.42'. Ph.  885-9758aft. 6:30 p.m.   195141  ^^^^  FOR RENT  MOBILE HOME  TRAILER PADS  ���Double & Single .  West Sechelt  885-9825  or  ,     885-2671  SELMA PARK, new 3 bdrm  bsmt home. Double carport.  View. Good location. 4614184.  200840  DAVIS BAY. 2 bdrm duplex.  Fridge, stove. 885-3944. 2031-  42  BRAND NEW 3 bdrm house.  Redrooffs Rd. FP, w-w  carpet, elec. heat, view &  waterfront. No bsmt. $375.886-  2767.          201640  DOUBLE WIDE trailer. 3  bdrm Vk bath." LR, dining  rm, family rm, 4 appliances,  w-w, drapes. Avail. Sept, l.  Wilson Ck. No pets pis. $350.  885-2550. 2022-42  MADEIRA PK. 3 bdrm home,  ��� FP, fridge, stove, patios,  close to beach & store. Avail,  immed. (112) 856-6670. 2063-40  WATERFRONT lot Sunshine  Coast (Robts. Ck. area)  Browning Rd. 100 x 370. Very  private w-level entry  driveway off Browning Rd.  View from housesite 2nd to  none. Water, hydro readily  avail. $79,500. Days 278-3888,  eves. 433-7228. 1955-tf  Gibsons triplex, sun-  1   shine toast Hwy. Excellent  holding property. 581-0024.  195841  GOWER PT. area. Lovely 3  BR,   2   bathrm   home.  Beautiful view. 886-7543. 2006-  42  TEXAS RESORT lots  surrounded by palms and  beaches, $15.200.15 pet. down.  Will fly you in at our expense.  Block Bros: Realty: c-o Box  149, BCYCNA, 808, 207 West  Hastings St., Vancouver, B.C.  V6B1H7. 204740  MADEIRA PK. Cozy 1,000 sq  ft post & beam home. FP,  patios, selectively treed &  fenced, Corner lot. Block to  beach & medical centre.  $41,900.1124564670.     206442  EXCEPTIONALLY fine view  lot  in West Sechelt.  On  sewer. Ph. 885-9796.    4724-tfn  3.7 ACRES on Lower Rd, City  water Hydro on lot. Cleared  for building. $32,000. 883-2335  or 8834423. 190040  12*    FLATDfcK    ���  1970 F-350 Ford 1 ton  V8, 4 spd. 886-7919  (Days) 886-2650  (Eves.)  "595.00"  1968 GMC  PU 6 cyl. 4 spd. 886-  -79^9-^tDays)���886*  2650^Eves7)   RD 400 YAMAHA. Good cond.,  $900,883-9361. 202740   1 ,-  i   - ,1 >  Boats and Engines  OCEAN CHIEF freezer boat  thermo.-king blast  33'x6xlp' beam. C-licence.  Fibreglass,built 1973 by Fibo  Boatworks, Vancouver. Lge.  cabin, paper sounder, radio  phone Decca 050 radar & CB.  New, tanks, 170 gal., new  drums, and ready to go with  170 prawn traps. Located at  Powell River, 4834774 or 483-  3204, $45,000 firm. 194341  FIBREGLASS 9 ft; dinghy,  double walls, $175 obo. 886-  7877. 195441  UNFINISHED 24 ft. Lap-  strack hull & cabin. Call Doug,  885-2283, business days. 1633-  tfn  * THIS WEEKS  SPECIAL*  1973       Volkswagon  "Bug" excellent  shope. $1995. 886-  7919 (Days) 886-  2650 (Eves.)  795.00  ,1972 Mazda,. ,  808 S.W/ Excellent;  running condition.'  886-7919 (Days) 886-  2650 (Eves.)  1975 Pontine  Parisienne Brghm. V8  Automatic, 2 dr. HT,  PS, PB, P/Windows,  P/Seats, P/Trunk.  Must be seen. Trade  welcome. 7 886-7919  (Days) 886-2650  (Eves.)  Jamieson Automotive  QfEN'9tll9.7  HWY. 101 & Payne Road  Gibsons ��� D-5848  'ur��nps*wH^sBspY�� m ���* *  SUNUNER  BOATS  10' - *700����  i2*���$998**-  V  883-2722  inn   J  11   FT.   FIBREGLAS   Lai>-  strake dinghy,  $450.  883-  2287. 200542  CONTROLS for 21' to 24' boat,  .. -��$25. 7' fibreglass dinghy w-  oars. Exc. cond., $175. 883-  9977. 202840  siness Opportunity  Mobile Homes  RENTING  On*  Bajdroom   Apgrtmtnti  * Dropei * Balconies  * Intsircom        * Cabisvlilon  * Control!^ Entrancaj * Vl��w  * Wall to wall carpet  * Colored Appliance*  Rent from 1190.00  Cqll DOUO FERRIS     ,  885-2283  T0H3G0.  205240  JOURNEYMAN Autobody  Mechanics required by  West-Central Alberta Body  Shop. Company-paid insurance plan. Flat rate wages,  Phone Dave or Kent (403) 723-  4447 oi* (403) 723-864irEdS6H;  Alta. 205440  VERY  MODERN 1  bdrm  trailer for rent. Mid-Sept.  Seml-WF beach access, w.  Sechelt, $175 mo. 8854613 after   AUg.'18.""     " ""102W"  AVAIL SEPT. 1 12x64 3 BR  MH stove and fridge on  private soml-WF lot. Laundry  facilities avail. 6 ml. from  Sechelt, $250 mo. or $235 mo.  on 10 mo. lease or more. Refs.  885-0008 after 6 or weekendu,  193640  koi, im:,nt: Wilson frciik.,  Community Hall and Scout  lHall. Call Mabel Dooley at 885-  9804. 3691-tf  2,000 SQ. FT. upper floor of-  , flee. Rent as Is at $450 per  mo. or wo will ronovato to  suit. Heat & parking included.  88IWI224 for apptto view, 1803*  tfn  CRESCENT Apnrt-  1, 2 Stli bdrm npta.  CERTIFIED    INDUSTRIAL MAPLE  Electrician and certified     ments, ., _ _.  ,.���.  bcrteTrts. "-NfeM6rT   Tm- caWevTslon, stove, fridge. 16-  ' trtftfe^^ Ap{r No 1W-B;  Merritt,B.C. V0H2B0. Phone lv*   *      \UMtn  378-2224.  Relocate  to the   beautiful Nicola Valloy I 1995- 'p0r Quick Retwdi  *? Uie Time* M Well I  '73 MONARCH trailer 12 x 60,  Sechelt. Skirted, lg. porch,  part", furnished, sm. sphHlrv  washer. l��. dryer. 885-07^8  aft. 6:30 p.m. 195241  SINGLE WIDE 10* x 50' MH, 2  bdm, bath, liv. rm. kitchen,  appliances, good cond. 885-  3d67, $6,000. 193140  '76 12x68 ,HIGHWOOD.  Fridge, stove, carpets,  drapes, ^sundeck, skirted.  Bonnlebrook Trailer Pk,  $15,000.8Q6-2740. 2017.42  .��� , ��� *  Campers and Trailers  22'      1977      COACHMAN  Motorhome. Class A. Many  extras. 485-5167 after 5 p.m.  127940  '75 OMi' VANGUARD Camper.  Good cond. Slop. 8. 3-way  fridge, port, toilet, port. Jacks  �� pegsrind;r$3,����. 8��tMM�� ��  afUp.m. 198341  . ,!,.  . 7,7,ii... ���  ,.n,.,i ���   ���   8x40 TRAILER. BR, bath,  util. rm., kltchen-LR comb.  885-5028. 202042  a,   . .1 - i ������ -���-j*  Cars and Trucks  71 GMC 6500 5 ton flatdock. 90  , . pot, brakes, 9000 ml. 427 cu. In...  mtr. new Mlcholhjs on front,  $8,200 for quick sale. 885-2815.  a 1665-tfn  PLYMOUTH   station  FOR SALE 1969 Grande Prix  2-door gold, black vinyl top,  454 engine, runs great. $2,200  obo. 886^001 early morn or  late night. 1939-41  1975 CJS Jeep in good cond.,  $4,000 obo. Call Iain at 885-  2555 after 6 eves.  194041  HAVE A really good 327  engine and 1 yr. old 2-spd.  auto, hidden away In damaged  $69 Chev. Asking $500. obo.  885-0829. 194641  __^- : �����  1974 FIAT Spider, good cond..  885-2871 or 885-9825.   198441  1978 COUGAR XR7; a.c, p.s.,  p.b. 885-2671 or 885-9825.  196541  COLLEGE COURSES at  home! . Speedwriting,  Shorthand, Bookkeeping.  Business Math. Full time  courses' also available.  Contact Duff us College, 543  .Seymour St., Vancouver, B.C.  V6B 3H6. Phone 681-7567; 2042-  '40'    7, ...-������,���,  FLY YOUR Advertising  Dollars High. Helium  blimps sold, leased; 1244 feet  long. They carry messages,  lift banners and can be lit.  sSouthwlnd. Phone 987-S020-  204640  PART-TIME, Full-time -  Revolutionary energy  saving device! A must in  everynome or office. Just sell  to friends and neighbors and  make $10,000 per annum.  $2,500 needed for inventory.  For more information write:  Thermo Cycle Distributors  Ltd., PO Box 69280, sStatlon  *K', Vancouver, B.C. V5K 4W5  or phone 294-2328. 204942  MAKE MONEY In your spare  time. Learn income tax-  preparation. For free  brochure, no obligation,  write: U & R Tax School, 1345  Pembina Hwy., Winnipeg  Man.R3T2B6, 20  Found  FOUND IN Hopkins Landing:  large black & brown dog,  part Lab, 3 yrs. old, male.'  Needs home. Ph. Naomi. 886-  9395. 202140  More Classifieds  See Page Bh3  FORD TANDEM dump on air.  New motor & clutch. All  factory equipment. 481-6184.  -,        200740  SOLAR REALTY  owned and operated by  AELBERS REAL ESTATE  APPRAISALS LTD.  Box 1189, Olbsons, B.C.  ,      ' ,1 ������������<���<. i.    :  wishes to engage licensed,  real estate, sales persons.  For a discussion, please phone  v.A. I ClfcN AfcLBtKw  Rl (B C V FRI  OoDn?ZOo Wednesday, August 29,1979  Tlie Peninsula Times  Lost  For Sale  RABBITSKIN, lt. grey, 2 ft.  long. If you've seen it, phone  885-2228. >      206140  Livestock  HORSESHOEING. CaU Bob  7 Hopkins evps. 886-9470. 3300-  tfn  Pets  MOVING FROM Acreage to  small lot,-must-give away  lovely nude, 10 mo. old setter,  all snots, loves children.  Needs lg. yard w-area to run.  Could be trained as hunting  dog. Already good watch dog.  886-7301. .    206040  PURE BRED Airedale, approx. 2% years old. Free to  good home. 885-5389.    205840  FREE 3 male white Sheperd  cross puppies. Will deliver,  886-9516. 189440  PUREBRED English  springer spaniel pups, liver  & white. Ready to go in 3 wks.  Come & make your choice  now. 883-2557. 188940  ��� \m.rn. .ii.,       i.       . ...i     .i���������-������.f  Wanted to Buy  WE'LL MILL or purchase  your smaller logs. Small log  truck avail, for hauling.  Smallwood Resources, 885-  2455. 1611-tfn  2 TWIN BEDS, oak. $70 both;  telephone A table,    $20;  dresser, $10.885-9502.   188540  FENDER AMPLIFIER, $450;  .308 Savage lever-action  .Hex barrel, new cond., $245;  Gibson elec. guitar, $450. 885-  3947.    . ��� .       ,     ; 192640  DOORS! B.C.'S Lowest  Prices! Prehung Interior,  $19.90; solid exterior prehung,  $49; Panelled doors, $39;  Deadbolt. locks, $9.90) Closet  bi-folks, $11.90. Canada's  largest selection. Write or.  phone for further information  Walker Door Ltd., 266-7211,  1366 S.W. Marine Dr., Vancouver V6P 5Z9 or 985-9714,  1589 Garden Ave., North  VaricouverV7P3A5.     1912-tf  LETS TRADE  APPLIANCES  ON NEW HOTP01NT  AT MACLEODS,  SECHELT.  PageB-3  BOX 100  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  883*2233  REALTY  LTD.  TOLL FREE FROM  VANCOUVER:  689-7623  Member of Multiple Listing Service  **vw^.'^BB __.  GULFVIEW   ROAD   ���  Madeira   Park,  -fantastic-view from-thls new. hornet-Sinew^ appflances, fireplace. $82,500.  MADEIRA PARK ��� 4 BR home with view  on landscaped lot. Large workshop &  equipment storage area_jn back. Ideal  locatlonf or buiraer/contrador." $69,500.  RONDEVIEW ROAD ��� 1250* sq. ft. 3  bdrm.home-fujl bosementj^bje^carpprt,  la7ge~sundeck;"builr T976. $65,00.07   GIBSONS ��� 2 BR residence with one BR  . su ite^oa .HwyJ QU adjacent- to-Seaview  Plaza. G'ood investment at $S3,500.  LUMBER: 2x4s -10 ft; 2x6s -  -"20ft; 3x8s-69ft; 2x10s-.45  ft. Ph. 552-3328.. 3460-tf  LADIES, Mens. Childrens,  , Maternity Clothing,'New &  Nearly New'. ��� Encore  Boutique, 2445 Marine Dr., W.  Vancouver, 922-2020, Mon-Sat,  10-5; 1414 Lonsdale, N. Van.,  -980-8011. 4457-tf  KRAMER ELEC. guitar, 3  mos. old. solid body, 2 p.u.,  alum, neck, great sustain,  $425 firm. Ph. Lee, 885-5404  aft. 5. _ 197641  1932 CHEVY Roadster;  Ovesenberg Convertible,  1930 Packard Sport Phaeton,  1932 Ford Roadster, 1928 &  1941 Mercedes Benz Convert.,  1928 &19^5.Chey._cony_ert,.1950  Packard Sport Phaeton._  Cadillac, Rolls Rqyce or MG  to restore. Call 485-9159,  Powell River. . 127740  IXKJS OR TIMBER wanted,  fir,  hemlock or  cedar.  PorpoiSe Bay Logging Ltd.  885-9408 or 885-2032.       4485-tf  USED FURNITURE. Phone  885-9785 betwn. 6&8 p.m. ���  .-. . ���: ���? 200341  HI-BOY DRE.SSER for man;  pr. of oars, life jackets. 886-  7316. 205640  For Sale  IF YOU enjoy gardening, do it  year round, using an  aluminum and glass  greenhouse! Write for free  brochure to: B.C. Greenhouse  Builders, 7323 - 6th Street,  Burnaby, B.C. V3N3L2. 1906-  tfa  FOR SALE  ^-9-V2H;P7-JohrworrW/5-gal7  tank - 50 hrs. fresh water only.  * 100 U.S. gal. gas tank for  P/U box.  * 26' EZ loader boat trailer -  elec. wtnch & batt 64 rollers.  * Westinghouse   washer   &  dryer H.D. gold, one year - as  new.  * Sears top of line frost free  fridge, gold.  .* Dishwasher kitchen aid  under counter.  * CB 110-12 V clock, etc.  * 23 channel SSB Lafayette  110 12V Merc, outdrive leg  oiler, new.  * Zoom  binoculars   w/case,  * One-wheel lawn edger.  if> lovtgo xriower. rotary;,  * Wide mouth pint jars, dozen  to box.  * 2-5 gal. Army Jeep cans  w/carrying brackets.  TEL: 885-2692  IX1E. MED. style coffee table,  $50; 2 lamps, gold shades,  fair cond., $20 ea. 886-9075.  201140  More Classifieds  See Page B-5  PENDER HARBOUR  IIEiflLI I   Lllli  Highway 101  at Francis Peninsula Rd.  883-2794  WATERFRONT HOME ��� 4 acret with 330 ft. waterfrontage. Low  bank, southern exposure. Covered dock, water and hydro.  Priced right at $110,000.  WATERFRONT: A magnificent and unusual 15 acres with some  700' of waterfront In the lee of Harness Island. Haslam Creek  runs through the middle of this fine property and there's a  driveway in from Highway 101. A big plus on this one is a 4 acre  oyster lease. Make an offer to the $165,000 asking price (29%  down), It's a good buy at any price.  PENDER LAKES PROPERTIES: A new and prestigious subdivision  overlooking Pender Harbour. See with us and choose your ocean  view now... It's a wise Investment.  WATERFRONT: Pender Harbour area... 2 ad|acent 4 acre  parcels each with approx 150' of deep protected moorage.  Fairly high bank but quite workable and well worth-the asking  price of $90,000 each,  IRVINES LANDING ��� Contemporary 3 bedroom home with hot  water heating and a magnificent view over Lee Pay. The grounds  are unusual and-lmmaculate. The price Is right at $75,000.  WE HAVE SOLID PROSPECTS DESPERATE FOR  GOOD HOMES AND WATERFRONT. GIVE US A  CALL ... WE CAN SELL YOURS QUICKLY 11  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES���  HARBOUR SUPPLIES ~ Plumbing, electrical, furniture and appliances. This business shows a good return and li Incramftiflr  ���very year. No competition for mile*. Perfect operation for  couple wanting to make their futwr^ In this area. Priced to sell  quickly so don't delay, phone now for details. Jock Hermon, 883-  9970.  HARBOUR MOTORS ��� At Kielndale. 4 bay service station, body  shop and store, Separate small 3 bedroom home for owner, This  Is a money-making situation, If you're a good bodyman, this Is  III  AUTOMOTIVE ��� Easy to run, well-stocked business currently  operating 6 hours per day, 4 days per week, Add a new  dimension to your retirement and dollars to your Income ��� a  small Investment will do It. Call for particulars,  "r��ENDEROSA" at Garden Day, Drive-In, take-out, groceries, 2  bedroom living quarters with ,close water view.  Here's a  frewtng bvslneet ond goodbtom-fn^hmwntnn^'t^twrmjmr  on thf B.C. coast. Like to live here wouldn't you? ,  JOHNBREEN  883.9970  JOCK HERMON  8S3-27-W  MADEIRA PARK ��� interesting 4 BR view  home, architect designed. 5. mojor  appliances. $77,000.  NEAR AAADEIRA PARK ���72 BR home,  i'Etpioxfa.synMfcJSt. 3/4 acre lot on Jtw��/  101. Reduced to $33,000. ~r~             _ f^X^fM^M^Xi  FRANCIS   PENINSULA   ���   12   x    44"   Glendole mobile home with 430 sq ft  "addition. On 2/3�� acre lot. $267500.  FRONT ROAD - MADEIRA , PARK  Partially furnished 3 bdrm 22' x 56'  Double wide and storage shed. Fairly,  level lot, beautifully landscaped in lawn  shrubs, flowers, trees, & a vegetable  garden.' Close to stores & marinas.  $49,900.  SINCLAIR BAY ROAD��� 3 BR view home,  T656 scj. ft., built 1974. Dble. carport,  storage room, heated 34x20' swimming.  pool. Large lot,  level & fenced, with"  large garden area. $130,000.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 3 BR view  home, thermopane windows, fireplace,  w/w, 3 bathrooms. Easy walk to stores.  PO & marinas. $67,500.  GARDEN BAY ��� 3 BR view home on  Claydon Rd. Full basement, separate'  garage. Close to' rnarina. $87,500  -MADEIRAPARK���Nlce-2-BDR homa>^lth   fireplace, basement and large sundeck.  Close to stores, etc, $42,500.  -GARDEN^BAY-ESTATES���-3-SR-home,-  built  1976. Ensuite,  fireplace,  double  carport, landscaped lot, $56,900.  split-  TnwSNre35~PENTN50LA ��� 3 Bdrm  level.^ Fireplace,   sundeck   &   ?arP?��t  $60,000.  MADEIRA PARK ��� 1280 sq ft home on  Wesjac  Rood.   3   BR   (ona>   siptlnlajti^sH).  Citation kitchen, fireplace. Treed Jot,  garden. Close to marina. $48,500.-7���  LOTS AND ACREAGE  i  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  FRANCIS PENINSULA.,- PENDER HARBOUR ���tfprtlally developed subdivision  property-with potential of 59�� lots.  1,800�� ft. of basic road constructed,' 10  lots surveyed. for first phase of  development. An excellent buy for  $135,000.  11. OlE'S COVE ��� 5�� treed acres  located near Lord Jim's .Lodge with  access fctF^werter." Well' on property.'  $50,000.  ���^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmr.j  MIDDLEPOINT ��� 2 bdrm home, 1100 sq.  ft. on 9.5�� fairly level, treed acres. Well.  ""**    frontage   on    Highway    ,A'  LILLIES (PAQ) LAKE ��� 3 BR home on 5��  acres. Fruit trees,' garden. View over  lake. $77,500.  850��ft  $49,000  101.  2. RUBY LAKE ��� 5�� treed acres, close  to public lake access. $19,800.  3. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 3.4�� acres S  4�� acres, seml-waterfront. Overlooking  . Malaspina Strait & |ust a few feet,to the  waterfront. Hydro, water & paved road.  $35,000 each.    \  4. Near RUBY LAKS ��� 8.39 acres on  Hwy 101. $25,000.  5. Near MADEIRA PARK ��� 15 acres,  2150�� ft on Hwy 101. $44,000.  6. GARDEN BAY LAKE ��� 3 semi-  lakefront acreages with nice view over  lake and southerly exposure.  3.92;fc acres $20,000  6.83��. acres $20,000  3.79��. ocres     $17,000  7. WARNOCK ROAD ��� level lot, almost  one aero, Good soil, selectively cloarod.  $24,000.  B. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 2�� acres  with panoramic view of Pondor Harbour.  12'x20' cabin, concrete ddvoway.  $32,000.  9. EGMONT ��� 11�� treed acres with  year round creek. Road access. $49,500.  10. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� l.Bt a������.  corner of Warnock and Francis Peninsula  Roads, $17,500.  TROUT FARM- PENDER HARBCJUR. Ready  to go ��� raceways installed to handle  160,000 trout. 95�� acres land.  Provincial commercial trout farm  licence. Water licence. Located on Hwy  101, across from Pender Harbour  Secondary School. $266,000-  LOTS  1. MADEIRA   PARK  ���  $6,700 - $22,000.  serviced lots.  2. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� serviced lots.  $9,000-$24,000.  3. SANDY HOOK - view lot on Por-  poise Drive. $8,000,  4. BARGAIN HARBOUR ��� 1.5 acres,  treed, serviced. $25,000,  5. MOBILE HOME LOTS - 4 lott left. On  Cochrane Road, Francis Peninsula.  Water, some serviced with hydro.  $11.000-$12,750.  6. GARDEN BAY AREA ��� view lots, on  Garden Bay estates & Sinclair Rd,  $13,500-$21,250.  f/orr/.     LAKt  JUNCTION ISLAND ��� ST. VINCENT BAY ���  18.75+ acres, treed, sheltered  moorage, several coves, oysters. 15 min.  ride My fast boat from Earls Cove or  Egmortt. $120,000.  EGMONT ��� 2.27 acres with 387 �� ft low  bank 'waterfront. Good driveway to  waterfront, Launching ramp, site has  been prepared for possible use as W/F  trailer-camper park & fishing resort. An  excellent property. Full price $95,000.  NELSON ISLAND - 40 unique acres with  1400�� ft. sheltered waterfront on  Wantmere Boy and 225�� ft. lakefront,  on West Lake. 3 bdr. home, 2 cottages,  floats, rood to lake. Merchantable  timber. Access by boat or float plane.  $160,000.  OYSTER BAY - 37�� acret with 37S�� ft.  low bank tidal waterfront. Access via old  logging road. $74,000.  AGAMMEMNON BAY ��� 40�� acres  waterfront subdivision property, partially developed. Surveyed for 3 acreage  size waterfront lots & 3 acreage size  seml-waterfront Ipts, Road constructed,  ready for gravel, grading & blacktop.  Old 2 storey home & small creek on  property. $270,000.  "EGMONT ��� 7 acres with 540 ft low  bankrwaterfronf." Site has'been '  Sprepared for possible use as a large  WF trailer-camper park & fishing  resort. This is an excellent property  adjoining the Egmont Marina.  $180,000��� Owner will finance at  bank interest rate.  I  WATERFRONT HOMES  MADEIRA PARK ��� 3'bdr."home wllh a  total of 1600+ tq. ft, of living area on 2  floors. 130�� ft, waterfront, large  landtcaped    lot,    Excellent    view.  ��n��.ooo. -���    '���������������   I  COMMERCIAL PROPER  3  SOLD  *���, t *r.   i '-;"*;'V-t-"'A'  fyy^f- /  i\  .",.*'  WILLI AAA ISLAND ��� Nice 2 1/2 �� acre  Island at entrance to Pender Harbour.  Piped water. $125,000.  EGMONT ��� 3.8�� acres with 550�� ft.  low bank waterfront. Float, launching  ramp. Whole property is terraced ond  levelled ready for development. Drilled  well. $165,000.  LOTS  SECRET COVE - Lot A on Wescan Rd.  Stoop, but has good building site &  shollorod moorago. On sower system.  $35,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA - 132 ft W/F In  Pender Harbour. 1,8 acros, deop  moorago, $50,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 83 ft. W/F  (ad|olns above property). 1.22* acres.  Deep moorage. $36,500.  MADEIRA PARK ��� 1.4�� acres on 75��  feet deep, sheltered waterfront. Small  beach area. $39,900,  ST. VINCENT BAY ��� 400* ft waterfront,  3.97 acres, water access, $29,300.  FRANCIS PENINSULA - Low bank lof with  sheltered moorage. Garage, septic tank,  and driveway In. A good buy for  $43,000.  -\  /  SOLD  /  v,    h-\yy  y*$y><$y<$$y  /  >/  J>.i.  u*   j*Y^ Vr* yy  Mxh^I'r^y^-kr  PENDER LAKES PROPERTIES  Choice lots still available In this desirable location.  Most have view & sunny southerly exposure.  One lakefront lot still available.  ��� ^ Paved road, water & hydro. M.L.S.  Priced from $10,000 to $37,500.  -'^u^Ld j   1 >Aw / *-   u i. i -H'. ,    ^yy   w-.,"^       ""*  f '"7" 7.1 '"���- r^y^jhr-'  M  MADEIRA PARK ��� 1,0001 tq. ft. bldg.  with   room   for   expansion.   Clothing  butlnaMt With 4)Oa>si p��taM��l<ki $7*V000,  Or butlnett only - 122.000. plut ttock,  JlTjtT/Ji  j      60        ^-y. '  '������;'.";,   //    S   /"v -.���������  *<.">.,> KM  ^,.  *���<��.  '*..  1  %  nt>*" .   r <���.,  '   7; :,  yj r  \  B,51T.  a! ��� i-.: i     ;i   �� i�� >? nsoiD^ 'y   ^ ;}��������� y v  ///  I  I  ttmAti  l>OA(>  m+-*  I  PStVDBR    Hftfta��M*  DAN WILEY, Res. 883-9149  0LLI or JEAN SLADEY, 883-2233  7^-  i  r  / .iKqa^y^iEceScw  rsaras3fiaj^s&3  PageB-4.  Ihe Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 29,1979  885-3211  FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE  Pott OHice Box 1219, Sechelt    ;  Vancouver Toll Free: 6848016  Doug Joyce  Bob Bull  Don Hadden  885-2761  885-2503  885-9504  ROBERTS CREEK WATERFRONT '  Unbeatable 12S ft of beach with a houte plut guest cottage. All landtcaped and In  lawn. Blacktop driveway. Approximately 1/3 acre of land. South expoture. FP  $134,300. Stan.  REALTY LTD.  Jack Anderson 885-2053,  c*'   a j qoc^oc i Anderson Realty Ltd. is pleased to  Stan Anderson 885-23851 ^^ ^ ^ K* BA$EW  Vadim Kobasew 885-5389 J has Joined our sales staff.  REDROOFFS .'-;"��� ���; *'- ,',: ���; _ , '/, $67,500  .New waterfront 3 bdrm home with,expansive view���of Georgia1 Strait and Van-^  couver Island. Features shake roof,  stainless steel 'Shaw* fireplace S skylight.  Treed lot. Bob.  WATERFRONT: Sandy Hdak ��� 2 bedroom  home on 131* of secluded, hard to obtain  .WF., 1/2 batement, cement driveway,  naturally landscopajd, eaty to care for and  priced to sell at $59,900. See Doug.   "' ''  SECHELT - SANDY HOOK $ 135,000  Waterfront ��� moor your sailboat at thit  dock. Large cedar home with super tauna,  decks everywhere. Privacy and expansive-  view. Phone Bob' for a viewing. This Is a  unique home.  SECHELTVILLAGE $54,900  -NEW-NEW-WITH-VIEWI-View-from-kltehenr-  living    room    &    sundeck.    Includes    3  bedrooms, kitchen pantry, fireplace, - car-  ^TtTfeTgelotTCairBob'to^vlewnahytlmeT-  BEAUTIFUL DAVIS BAY: 1300 tq. ft. of well  built 3 bdr. home. Lory tundeck, 2  fireplace! and cement driveway. Excellent  family home with a spectacular view. FP  -$64,900rS*e-DeuflT--   ROBERTS CREEK $52.t>00  3 bedroom home on 1.67 acres. Spacious  open plan of 1320 sq ft has ensuite off  master bdrm. Home has family room and  utility. Reduced drastically in price for  immediate sale. Take Gibsons home ih  trade. Bob.  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY $124,000  Sechelt Village. Fully rented, mostly on  lease. Shows good return on investment.  Opportunity to invest in this growing  community. Details to bonafide purchaser.  Doug.  SECHELTVILLAGE $63,500  Best view Lot on Sunshine Heights ond  large too -��� 100 x 140' ��� over 1/3 acre.  This home it well insulated for winter and  has air conditioning throughout' for those  hot summer days. Dbl carport, full bsmt,  landscaping ��� it goes on & on! This home  by Knight is worth viewing. Call Bob.  $68.^00-  On 6/10 acre with parklike setting,  towering trees 8 spacious, easy to maintain  level lawns. One year new expansive home  has two large bedrooms. Separate entrance  hall leads to a large living room with  fireplace that invites gracious entertaining.  A 23x28' attached garage could be converted to an extra bedroom & family room.  An added plus is a 440' workshop with 3 pee  plumbing. Close to best sandy beach in  area.  SECHELT: Family 4 bedroom home, 1,200 sq.  ft. two bathroomt. handy kitchen with bar &  dishwasher, ttove ft fridge included.  Heatilator brick fireplace In living room alto  brick fireplace in family room. 600 tq. ft.  tundeck, drive-in carport. Landtcaped  property with loadt of trees A thrubt. A  deluxe home that mutt be teen to be appreciated. Full price $65,900. Terms. Call  Jack. ���  ACREAGE  DAVIS BAY $69,900  Quality 3 bedroom home, huge living room  with fireplace, 2 1/2 baths, hot water heat,  carport and separate workshop on a large  1/3 acre lot. Fully landscaped with easy  care in mind. Call Don for appointment.  WEST SECHELT: $75,000. Four bedroom  home, 2 baths, 2 FP, auto/oil heat, tundeck  and carport on gentle tlope 1 acre lot  overlooking Trail Itlandt. Half block to  beach accett. Alto hat small rental cottage.  An appointment necettary. Call Don.  v veil   .uni>i <>ru~  SECHELT VILLAGE: 5 acres measuring 330 x 660'. Will eventually  have o view. Close to.the arena. Try your offer to $35,000.  VIEW ACREAGE ��� 5 acres in West Sechelt. Some view of the ocean.  Nicely treed. Good access. No logable timbers. F.P. $25,900.  WEST SECHELT ACREAGE ��� Good investment for the patient. 200 x  1000 ft. of Highway frontage. Good access and a small stream for  water. FP $22,900.  _____  M  y*  SECHELT VILLAGE: $47,900. 2 bedroom up,  den & extra bedroom down.' Double  plumbing. Heatilator fireplace In large  living room & rec' room. Stucco exterior.  Large lot within walking distance to schools  and shops. Easy terms. Call Jack;  WEST SECHELT S^jSuO  Good buy for size of Lot and development of  lower level of home. Newly completed  house with concrete drive and parking  areas, Room on Lot to build swimming pool  or other uses. Landscaping done complete  with lowni.Move In and enjoy. See with  Bob.  A FINE ACREAGE: $35,250 full price ��� Sechelt. Village. Just under 5  acres with an attractive view and lots of garden soil. Treed property  with a developed well and good rood access. Partly cleared. Call  Stan. ���     ^ ______  BUSINESS BLOCK  GIFT SHOP ��� Good revenue producer in an excellent location with  room for expansion. Good variety of merchandise. Call Stan Anderson. ������,���'��������� ' ��� ��� .     '  WEST SECHELT, HWY101- Fourplex & house $149,000  Move into this spacious comfortable home and enjoy a great view of  the Trail Islands. The rental from the fourplex on the property will  help pay expenses. This property '�� large 80 x 474' and Is nicely  landscaped. Call Bob for more information.  'jU*3U        k.     I       ataWI  SECHELT $47,500  Near new, large, bright, economical three  bodroom home, 1 year new, 1260 sq ft.  Thermopano windows and doors, central  fireplace, open plan, no stairs, level lot,  Large sundeck, carport and storage. Good  value at $47,500. Call Don.  SEMI RETIREMENT BUSINESS GOING CONCERN $74,000 FULL PRICE  TWO LAUNDROMAT LOCATIONS. TERMS �� TRADE  Both of these sites are Ideal for year-round steady trade. 14 wather  dryert In one location. 7 dryert and 14 washers In 2nd location. All  equipment In fop condition. Stores are clean and newly decorated.  Gross revenue approx $2,800 per month. For further Information  call J. Anderson 883-2053 Vane 684-8016  i-"23*s��5  FULL PRICE $41,900  3 bedroom, dbl plbg. Handy Sechelt locale.  Landtcaped lot with U-drlveway. This homo.  Is only 3 years old, clean & bright. Real  value. Call Jack.      ,  ROBERTS CREEK ��� $16,000 each ��� 4 large country lots In the heart'  of Roberts Creek.Prlvate yet clote to school, beach, store and golf  course, A great place to live for all ages, Take your pick.  a aan  A  P*.AN  ir  >*,  r',f  OO'   I'  43   r4  ' 4 # (V  it i��a  PLAN  ��i or  a.    ��    Slflf*0'  * 10  II i. '  4 ro'  it'  ir       tr f$  HOMES  SELMA PARK ��� $15,000. 1976 12x6j��' Bendix Paramount Mobile  Home. All new w/w Includes trlpfe axles, tires & wheels, hitch,  stove & fridge and 3 beds. This unit cannot be told from new. (See  Doug), ,  .  NUMBER 19 TSAWCOME: a cozy, near new 792 sq ft 2 bedroom  home close to the boach at Chapman Creek, Not stairs, electric  heat, double glazing, Government prepaid lease has 19 years to  run. FP $32,000,  Vadim has had a wide range of sales experience  having previously owned and operated a recreational  vehicle business on the Lower Mainland,. He is, a  graduate of SFU with a, Bachelor of Arts (Economics)  degree and also holds a  Bachelor; of Commerce  degree from the University of Manitoba.  Vadim looks forward to meeting and serving the  people of the Sunshine Coast.  You are invited to call him at 885-3211 or drop into  our office at 1192 Cowrie St.  WATERFRONT  SECHELT���SANDY HOOK $135,000  Waterfront ��� Moor yoUr sailboat at this dock. Large cedar home with  super sauna, decks everywhere. Privacy & expansive view. Phone  Bob for a viewing. Thit is a unique home.  EGMONT WATERFRONT I: Excellent investment opportunity. Close  t<> 560 of woterfiont with 5 acres 8 a 5 yr old double wide home.  Asking $85,000 with I 2 dn. All offers & trades,will be considered.  EGMONT WATERFRONTAGE: Over 20 acres with approx 1000' of  waterfront. Could be an excellent investment. Vendor offers terms  wtth $50,000 dn. Consideration given to trades.  LOTS  -iy2:ACREt:ORNEfrtOTTLevel, povedToads, easily-cleared. Suitable  for mobile homes. Redrooffs Area. Try your offer to $ 13,000.  DAVIS BAY: $19,900 full price. 90' frontage on paved dead end  street. Underground telephone & cablevision. Large view ��� a one  of a kind. See Doug.  CHASTER ROAD: $9,900 -Good, level lot 67' x 123', close to school  and all local services, oh paved road. Call Don.  WEST SECHELT LOT: $16,900. Large creekside Lot on quiet cu I de Tsac  gives privacy in parklike setting with many beautiful trees. Services  at road. Call Don.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS ��� $10,000. Extra large building lot in area of  new homes. Ail services including paved roads. Call Doug.  REDROOFFS 1/2 ACRE: Treed & 104' of frontage on Redrooffs Rd.  Lots of good trees and some alder for firewood. Easy access from  the road and excellent topsoil. Serviced with power & water. FP  $12,500.  _-^  ROBERIS_CREEK_  JaUit&OQj&g.-  Country Lots ��� 3 to choose from. These Lots are 1 /2'acre or over,  close to school, store, golf course and beach access. Call Bob.  ROBERTS CREEK: Large treed, serviced lot close to beach & golf  course. Quiet area, mobile home permitted. FP $11,900.  REDROOFFS: 4 side by side view lots, each 1,18 acres with 100 feet  road frontage. Excellent buys at full price $20,000 each.  SECHELT VILLAGE ��� Lot 6, selectively cleared leaving some trees.  View" of the ocean & within walking distance "to-shdppingrSewerecT  this year. Asking $13,500.  I  SOUTHWOOD ROAD: Close to 1/2 acre. Level building lot. Hydro  and regional water at road. Check & compare. Attractively priced at  $9,450.        ���  CLEARED, LEVEL LOT: Sechelt Village ��� 62.5 x 120'. Ready for  building. Owner will trade as part down payment on home. Value  $12,500.  SELMA PARK VIEW LOT: Extra large 90 x 17,9' lot7corner location,  easy access. Excellent view of Trail Island. FP $15,500.  WILSON      CREEK $11,500 ea.  Secluded building Lott located on a quiet dead and street. The Lott  are 150 x 70', eaty to develop and flat with tome trees. Close to a  good beach. In area of new homes. (Stan)  HOPKINS LANDING. View lot close to ferry ��� area of new homes  priced to sell at $13,000. Call Bob.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS: Inlet view lot 50 x 1*20 x 90. Close to marine.  Asking $13,500. Call Don.  SECHELT VILLAGE: Sunshine Heights Lot 67 x 125' in a district  containing some fine new homes. Level and eosy to clear. All  services. $2,000 down and easy monthly payments. FP $ 10,900.  SANDY HOOK: Spectacular view Lot in quiet residential area. 55 x  163' zoned Rll. Mobile homes permitted. Asking $10,500.  COOPER RD: Lot 80x263', (reed, level. Services along paved road.  Reduced to $9,500. Call Don.  OIBSONS: $10,300 full price ��� Small 3 room cabin on large Sea  View lot, landscaped, fruit treet, tewer and water. Clote to boat  launch and beach. Ideal location for boat owner who does not own a  car.  to*  40'  t ro <  JJL  **>  .My  y .*    �����  810  .a''1'       /  T  mmmmmmm  mmmm  ii   ' i'   " r  REDROOFF RANCH INC. SUBDIVISION  REDROOFF RANCH INC. Phase I subdivision is located on Redrooffs Road approximately 5-  1/2 miles west of Sechelt-Vlllage;*Hydrortelephone and regional water serves the subdivision. The lots are wooded and level to gently sloping. Particulars of the subdivision are  included in the prospectus ��� ask for your free copy.  PRICE SCHEDULE  Lot 31 ��� SOLD Lot 38 ��� $fV,900  ��� lot 32 ��� SOLD Lot 39 ��� SOLD  Lot 33 ��� $OtfK_ Lot 40 ~ $11,600  *>     v>' J>  Lot 34 -..$11,600.' Vv Uf 41 - $!2.7P0  Lot 35 ��� SOLD  Lot 36 ��� $11,900  Lot 37 ��� $12,750  "Hot 42 ��� SOLO  Lot'43 ��� SOLD  Lot 44 ��� SOLD  Lot 45 ��� $11,150  Lot 46 ��� $12,500  Lot 47 ��� SOLD  Lot 48 ��� SOLD  Lot 49 ��� SOLD  Lot 50 ��� SOLD  /;.vv *$  ^  *>  /-/  ��0  Dlmonslont are given In both feet and metres.  ��^V  jif **..; -,'  ���*.*<i  r9~ A~--~-#Jtes/7  -y%.��y 7"$%  ,,,MJi.,���.  <��:_< t>  .,^^,777^^Myyfi.  ���V     \  ��  r\ VV    m X ..<  sa  V  ^Ol_ '*_.,, "v'4        ii -  ,'�� ;s��������[!�� ���.:{�� ^,5!V-  J!%.,,���w.,���,4-.w.i��0^-��.-...,,.��� ....*.,,, ,���,,..�����4Iji|i5,,,.4l!|,,^^^,,r  ��� i] k' k J ' *������  n^^Li~^L^A-d^-Oil--i^.--^eiA-.---'!*i'  VN  ^   sV  \_.'  m.t  est  ���** '  '"   '��� JJH.  T-,  " ������ sin  .t ��jf  .,>.,������.^.,i���.,.,..,.���^j,,���.,���, ....^  ���r<>  ^,..,y.  \,..y..,,,,...  A  X  TT  \ -*lZX��52i___-*l__->A,Z  i    \  Wednesday, Anmiflt 29> 1978  The Peninsula Times  Page p-jr  ���-   i '. ':<��� m\  For. Sale  AGENCIES  .   Real Estate & Insurance  Box 238,1589 Marine Drive, Gibsons  886-2248  1977 WESTERN Star Logger.  400 Cummins J5SP with 1978 7 '  Peerless Page Three *Jabt--Z  Tracer. Phohe295^78 nvm4  1542,Princeton,;B.C.   1987-40   '  STTRA SPRtJCB a,2.x 4's ItV.S  ; 2 x 6's.used for, scaffolding.' >  Nails. 885-5272. 195041  .  ���___ '>*, _  '65 IMPALA SS 283 auto, 2 dr.  HT, 455 cl. Olds motor needs  reblt. 2" bucket seats. 1 king  j. 885-9616  195341,  size waterbed. Offers.  ���Topy.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� 3 bdrm home on Lower Road, full basement with a/o  heat, Targe lot 110' x 145' has some fruit trees, space for garden. House,  has FP in LR and sundeck for summer leisure. Priced at $42,000.  GIBSONS���Gower Point area Vary 2 bdrm cottage with part basement,  older but Well kept.Nice si>0a\pms; ideal for retirement or starter home.  Lot is approx 1 acre, in siffiAiking $36,500..   _���'    ���  -  '���/'''   ."    ; " \  ROBERTS CREEK ��� 3 bdrm' home on Lower Road; full basement with a/o  heat; large lot 110 x 145' has some fruit trees, space for garden. House  has FP in living room and sundeck for summer leisure. Priced at $42,000.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� Ultra modern luxurious wft. home with 3,000 sq: ft of  living space; designed for modern executive pr anyone wishing to entertain etc. Main rooms open onto patio sundeck with complete view of  Georgia Strait. Large attractive garden completely private; low approach  to beach, guest cottage and many other extras. Ask for further details of  this choice property.  -X5IBSONS-���3bdrm-post_and-beamwith-carport;-2-baths;-master-bdrm-  ensuite. Fireplace, open area living and dining rooms; new w/w in living  area; beautiful well-planned kitchen, also two rec rooms downstairs.  Large level lot 127 x 225 with good garden soil. Asking $69,000.  GIBSONS��� Bay area, close to beach, stores and P.O. Attractive 3 bdrm  homo on extra large lot with good vegetable garden. Home is conveniently designed with large L.R. Rec Room, utility, workshop and spare  room in basement. $62,000.  SECHELT ��� 2 bdrm mobile home with large LR. Large rec room, sundeck  and storage has been added. In first class condition with W/W  throughout. Priced at $24,000. J. Black.  LOTS  LOWER  GIBSONS ���  3  lots,  corner  School   Road  and   Hiway   101,  tremendous potential, high traffic area. $175,000.  ' 1    ��   '  ( GRANTHAMS ��� three lots on Reed Road. Good Investment property,  potential view. Asking $8,750 each.  ROSAMUND ROAD ��� Three lots cleared, ready to build. Only $10,500  ,, each. 7.77 ' 77  GIBSONS���-Level cleared lot ih Gibsons Village on sewer and water. 62'  x 182'. Inquire for details. 1  WHARF ROAD ���Langdale, good retirement area; lot 65' x 193*. Try your  offer,  Other lott In Village and also In rural areas.  Evenings Call: Ron McSavaney, 885-3339;  George Cooper, 886-9344  John Black, 886-7316;  BUY, LEASE OR RENT  : Record-a-Cal  Answering Device  J*C ELECTRONICS  Cowrie St., Sechelt  885-2568  ���1828-tfn  SWMI4S-��� ������������ i ��^is���s^sssas. ���  CONSOLE stereo, ex. cond.  with built-in 8-track, $250  obo. 885-3753. 1945-41  30��   ELEC.   stove,   good  ^ working cond., 7^uto oven .  with rotisserie, $75.886-9358. " .  y 202440  SELF-P&OPEIXED   lawn  mower,, exc, cond., $125;  weed eater, good cond.,. $45.  883-9S77. . 2029-40  ROTOTILLER - 36" for sale  ��� as is, lor ^point Hitchrused -  once, c-w stabilisers.-Used  sSnowthrower, model IH 50, in  working condition. Fits IH   .  Cub  154  Lo-Boy  Tractor.  ��� Closing date: Sept. 24,1979 at.. -  4 p.m. Bids will be received .in .a*,  writing    by:    Secretary-  Treasurer, .School District No.  17   (Princeton)   Box   460,  Princeton, B.C. VOX 1W0.  2035-40  ELLIOTT paper-stencil addressing machine. Also  included are 700 stencils and a  dozen. metal stencil-filing  trays, $1,000 or best offer.  Phone Ladysmith 245-2277 or  write PO Box 400, Ladysmith,  B.C.V0B2E0. 2036-41  -URINE-ERASE" saves car-  ���npetslTGuOTairteesnreiiroval~  (dog, cat, human) urine  stains, odours, from carpets.  Free brochure! Dept. A,  Reidell Chemicals Ltd., Box  7500, London, Ont. N5Y 4X8.  2037-40  .SKIDDER FOR Sale -1977 518  Cat Skidder, low hours.  Excl. cond. With No. 37 Esco  grapple or Arch. Phone 334-  2179 or 392-2718. 2039-40  FLAT OR corrugated Industrial Fibreglass panels  at discount prices. Also white  chinaboard wall lining for  hygienic and heavy abuse  areas. Call Nu-Fab, 5304201,  '" 22470 Fraser Highway,  Langley, B.C. V3A 4P6.204340  TRUCK - complete with dial  and lever system. Deck  9'x22' dial'O - 40,000 lbs.  Write Oliver - Osoyoos Co-op  Growers, Box 258, Osoyoos,  B,C. VOH 1V0 or phone 495-  6556. 204840  CLARK 667 grapple Skidder,  24.5x32-80 pet. tires, 1300  hours total time -Washington -  $34,500. 1974 CAT D3, 6-way  angle blade/ripper, 60 pet.  UC, ROPS - Edmonton ���-  $24,500.1975 Clark 667 skidder,  23.1 x 26 tires, checks out OK,  $26,500.1977 CAT 966C Weldco  grapple, ROPS cab with extra  guards, 4 yard bucket, 23.5  ' deep lug tires. 90 pet., Peace  River, $115,000. Ph. 324-2446 or  985-9759. 205040  COODtMttl'*  oi>ANnv;nw nnm  ���EXTRA LARGE  VIEW LOTS  ���ALL SERVICES  ���QUIET CUL-DE-SAC  ��� EASY CARTOP  BOAT LAUNCHING  ���ONLY 1 BLOCK  FROM THE BEACH  AND CHASTER  PARK  SUNNYCREST  '-���:��� SHOPPING  ^CENTRE  886"2277     VV AND UNO DEVELOPMENT LTD  f_Qy-. R.H. 2-Gibsons, B.C. VON iVO  "'"*" CONVEYANCING��� REAL ESTATE CONSULTING ��� APPRAISALS*NOTARY PUBUC  VANCOUVER  TOLL FREE  6824513  B  WATERFRONT PROPERTIES  LANGDALE��� Breathtaking view of North Shore,Mountains, Howe Sound and Islands in beautiful Langdale area.  Minutes from ferry terminal. Finished suite in basement complete with fridge, stove, fireplace and 4 piece  bathroom and separate entrance makes this well built home an ideal revenue investment. Upstairs includes fridge,  * stove, fireplace ond large 21 x 6 sundeck. BlacMopdrive, carport, landscaped. Owner must sell. Mgke an offer.  $52,900. ��� ���  SEAVIEW LANE: ��� 105 feet of flat level pebble beach with a southern exposure and a glass enclosed patio are just  two of the features of this property in West Sechelt. House is open beam construction with a wall fireplace and five  rooms. Separate sauna on trie beach used all year round. Make and appointment to view now. $145,000.  GRANTHAMS ��� Beach house located at Granthams oh a sandy beach with good summer moorage in front. House  - has three bedrooms, large kitchen, livingroom and full bath- Just pay $36,000 and assume lease. $36,000.  WINN ROAD ��� Four-plex. Positive cash  flow with eleven thousand dollars revenue  per year. Top units contain five bedrooms  with one and a half bathrooms. Lower units  are large two bedroom units. Low maintenance and good return make this an  excellent investmenf-value-Close to-all-the-  amenities. Financing available. $86,500.  HOMES  SOUTH FLETCHER: Beautiful view from this  two bedroom well kept home. Livingroom  has picture window*. M galley kit  chen with dining area. Large carport and  storage shed. Landscaped lot. $44,500.  OOKlin  I'OIPT  I'OAI-  ........ , ��� . ,a  PRICED FROM $14,900.00  SUNNYCREST  SHOrPIM  OiNTHi  |��!ft%j��fW(��^J!N*��''  OOV'll 11  VANCOUVER  TOLL FREE  ����18W��a)s^as|sfs��^is^^  WW DeV��U*M��NT LTD  R.R. 2-OlbMM, B.C. VON 1V0  COKVTYMCINQ.IttL WTATlCOHllLTINQeAPfMlfAli.NOTAlY WIUC  6824513  DAVIDSON RD: Exciting multi-level contemporary home on large treed view  properly located,Jn quief area and offering  privacy and seclusion. Many outstanding  features such as high ceilings, skylights,  stone and brick fireplaces with heatllators,  quality carpets. Dream kitchen with sunlight  ceilings, custom cabinets, deluxe built-in  appliances, 'green house' window. Sundecks and patios for outdoor entertaining.  Nicely landscaped. Excellent financing a.  only 10 1/4%. A must see for the city  escapee. $85,000.  JOE ROAD: Five year old three bedroom full  basement home In Roberts Creek. Situated  on 1 acre below Highway 101 with 4/10 of  an acre above the highway. Nicely treed  and landscaped with ocean view. This home  is 1,200 square feet with fireplace on  _Hvlngtoom-featureiwfllljOlLflred_hoLwater���3^000.  heating system provides maximum efficiency. Basement has roughed in plumbing  and fixtures and awaltes the handyman to  finish the rec room, etc. Huge sundeck with  southern exposure accents this lovely  home. $59,900.  -ELPlllNSTONE-BDiJauLet & private setting  with panoramic view as only the Granthams  CHASTER RD: Now here's living in style)  1500 square feet full basement home withs  many, many extras. Three bedrooms upstairs. Huge master bedroom has full ensuite including bidet. Sliding glass doors  open on to the southern exposure sundeck.  Extra large kitchen has a built-in dishwasher. Downstairs has a finished rec room  and finished two piece bathroom, plus lots  of room left to your Imagination and handy  work. Fully enclosed garage.- Lot Is 150 x  160 with home situated to allow subdivision  of the lot. Assume existing 10-1/4%  mortgage and live happily ever after.  $79,900.  HEADLANDS: Beautiful starter or  retirement home in bluff area. Close to boat  launch, shopping, P.O. and marina.  Georgeous view of Gibsons and harbour.  All services, W/W and appliances Included.  Vendor may carry agreement for sale to  qualified purchaser. Phone to view anytime.  LEEK RD: New home on view land of approximately 5 acres. Oak parquet floors  throughout. Open beam type construction  with large bedroom and sitting room upstairs. Ensuite plumbing. Finished basement  suite. Thermal glass and skylights. Two  -flreplaces.-Walk-ln-cooler-and���a-35x40  metal workshop on cement pod. $135,000.  CRUCIL RD: Big family! Then this four  bedroom, two bathroom home could be the  home you've been looking for. Full  basement with rec room, utility and  roughed in plumbing. Intercom inside and  out. Large sundeck oyer carport. This home  is located on a' quiet view lot, yet convenient to the Village of Gibsons. $56,000.  CEDAR GROVE RD: Three bedroom log  house. 980 square feet. Large kitchen,  fireplace, wood and oil furnance. On well  but could be hooked up to regional water.  Lot size is 80 x 160. $33,000.  1312 DOGWOOD ��� Beautiful three  bedroom home in quiet area close to  schools, post office, shops, marina, park  and church. Finished basement with fridge,  stove, bathroom, etc. Makes this an ideal  revenue investment or family home. Brand  new  carpet throughout, fireplace,  fridge  :  POPLAR LANK: Sunny location on popular  Poplar Lane. Three bedrooms, plus ensuite,  huge kitchen, with large dining area. Lots of  room for expansion. The whole family will  find themselves within walking distance to  schools, shopping and recreation',,$48,500.  HILLCREST -RDr  Landing area can provide. This well built  home features 3 large bedrooms, sliding  glass doors onto sundeck and view I vlewl  vlewl The home Is 1150 sq ft with partial  basement for rec room & workshop. Nicely  landscaped grounds round out this comfortable living package. $52,900.  Own your  bedroom home on Strata Title. Exceptional  investment. This 1280 square foot home,  has 1 1/2 baths, sundeck, close to shopping,  schools, etc. Only 1 year old. Presently  rented for $300.00 per month.' Buy it now  and it can almost pay for itself. Priced for  quick sale. All offers considered. Owner  says sell. $34,895.  SELMA PARK: NOT on lease land. Try your  SUNNYSIDE DR: Three blocks from Cedar  Grove School in Gibsons area. This large     ,     n m th|, 2 ^^n, hoo���  basement home has thr^^   ^   y|-w    Wou|d   mak#  na.  two storey full  bedrooms upstairs with a walk-in closet aril  ensuite plumbing in the master bedroom.  Huge 20 x 14 living room with fireplace.  .Double carport and wrap-around sundeck.  Situated on a 100 x 150 lot with partial view  across Georgia Strait to Vancouver Island.  This home is brand new and is covered by  the Government Home Warranty  Programme. $62,900. ATC  FIRCREST RD: Over 20 nicely treed building  lots to choose from. 61 x 131. We will  arrange to have a home built for you.  Located a short drive down Pratt Road.  Priced at $9,700 each.  with   ocean   view.   Would   make  summer place or handy person could make  it a permanent home. $22,500.  MANATEE RD: Roberts Creek. Excellent  starter or retirement home in quiet area  only a block to super beach. Very nice two  bedroom home. Fireplace and on' large lot.  Prices are going up, this Is an excellent buy.  $41,000.  and  stove upstairs.  Cablevision  on   both I  floors, drapes  included.  Expensive cedar |  finish throughout. Owner must sell. Make |  an offer. $51,900. I  PRATT ROAD ��� New home on large lot with I  fruit trees. Extras include carport with ���  closed' 7 x 17 storage area, sunken I  oVvJn���three���livingroorrn-fireplacervaulted-ceiling,���twirrl  seal windows, Jenn-Aire stove, dishwasher, |  fridge, bathroom make-up counter. I  $53,500. J  KEARTON RD: For the horse lovers. An ���  excellent four bedroom home, featuring J  livingroom with fireplace, family room I  dining area and brand new kitchen. Two |  sundecks and large patio. All this on 2.5 |  acres of level land in quiet area. Close to 1  schools and shopping. Fenced grazing j  areas, three stall stable and tack room. 120 j  x 173 riding ring. 16 x 24 unfinished cabin |  in rear. On regional water. ��� $75,000 I  COMMERCIAL  POPLAR LANE:'Beautiful flat building lot  with view of North Shore Mountains.  Located on the end of a quiet cul de sac only  ono block to Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  and schools. All services including sewer;,  .Adjacent to grass playing field, $16,900.  SHOAL LOOKOUT: View lot with approval  for ordinary septic tank; lots of nice homes  In this attractive area. $)9;900.    1  GRANDVIEW ft HEAD: View lots,, all services, ready to build on. Close to ocean  beach access and close to Gibsons. Priced  from $13,500.  .  BONNIEBROOK SUBDIVISION: Extra large  view lots In quiet cul de sac. All services,  easy cartop boat launching, Only one block  from the beach and Chaster Park. Priced  from $14,900. ,         SUNNYSIDE SUBDIVISION: Large lots, most  have 100' frontage with 150 depth In quiet  rural setting. All lots nicely treed with  southern exposure. 1-1/2 blocks to schools  and shopping centre. Priced from $13,900.  SCHOOL RD: Three view lots 73 x 110. On  sewer. Three blocks from schools and  shopping centre. Cleared for building.  $16,000 each.  COCHRANE RD: Good building lot 65x 130.  Close to shopping and the ocean. Sewer  easement of 10' on SE side of the lot.  $12,500.  GLASSFORD RD: This must be the best buy  on the market. 63 x 160. Cleared, sewer  and water connected. Culvert and fill.  Ready to build. $10,000.  BURNS RD: Good building lot, 65 x 130 on  flat land In Gibsons Village. Four blocks  from Post Office, stores and transportation.  Lightly treed. Three blocks from ocean. All  services available. $11,000.  PRATT RD: Approximately 110 x 200 this  nicely treed 1/2 acre has many choice  building sites with some view of Georgia  Strait. Zoned for 2 single family dwellings,  Take a look at this dream lot with a realistic  price. $18,900,  SMITH RD: Good view lot 125 x 165 with a  good building site and an unobstructed  ocean view. $14,500,  ABBS RD: View of the Bay area and Georgia  Strait Is yours from this beautiful lot In area  of elaborate homes. Two blocks to schools  and shopping, $19,900.  HWY 101: Large lot 82 feet on Highway 101 ���  and 271 feet on School Road. This CDA __\  zoned property could be commercial. Prime ������  opportunity to develop. $45,000. n  GROCERY STORE: Living quarters of 804 M  square feet. This is the only grocery store In S  the; area and the business is growing J  steadily. An ideal set-up for a family H  operation. The store hours are 10.a.m. to|  6:30 p.m. seven days a week. Prof It and loss ������  statement and list of equipment available to B  bona fide purchasers. Stock Is ap- ^M  proximately $15,000. $79,000 plus stock. Hi  BUSINESS  OPPORTUNITY:   HOPKINS   LAN Mi  DING WATERFRONT ��� Excellent business ���  Investment on the  Sunshine Coast.  This ������  grocery and sundry store Is located In the ������  heart'of Hopkins Landing, Just minutes to ,^S  the Langdale ferry. Ideally situated on VO B  feet of level, walk-out WATERFRONTAGE, ���  being the only Commercially zoned property WM  in this area, the land Itself Is extremely WM  valuable. Aside from store profits there Is ^S  additional revenue from other sources, such Hi,  as collection,of wharfinger fees from the HI  government wharf ad|olnlng this property, H|  plus post office and an upstairs revenue ������  suite.    This    Is   an    Ideal    husband-wife S  situation. Always wanted to be your own ������  boss, then don't miss this opportunity. Ml  MBIAfil  i  ���  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS: Beautiful view lots.  Two to choose from and only $2,000 down,  $11,500 each.  GOWER POINT ROAD: large view lot, Has  been cleared at one time, Power and water  at front of lot. $16,500,  CREEKSIDE PARK ESTATES: In Gibson*  Village on North Road. Lots for single wldes,  double wldes and conventional homes, All  on sewer, water, hydro and all within three  blocks of the shopping centre, schools ond  medical clinic, Priced from $10,900 to  $19,900.  MM  T  GRANTHAMS ^nd)Nq. pr,vq|t $mf)Q  with concrete driveway to building site,  Panoramic view of Howe Sound Islands and  North Shore Mountains. You can hear the  waves as you watch them lap up on 'the  shore. Building site Is cleared and ready to  'go. $16,900.  GOWER ft MABEL RD; Large seml-waterfront  view lot In quiet rural area. Short walk to  the beach. In Cedar Grove School District.  [ Weal for housing or a hedge against Inflation-Buy and Invest now, Priced at  $19,900.  REDROOFFS RD: View lot, $2,000 down.  75x560', Some large treed, Located near  Coopers Green, $12,500,  SMITH RD; Cleared view lot close to ferry  terminal and ocean view. Triangular shaped  lot with good building site. $14,000,  OOWER PT RD at 14th: Nearly 1/2 acre of  view property, Approximately 00 x 280, R2  zoned with 2 distinctive building sites:'Local  bylaws allow 2 dwellings on this property,  close tp th* beach. $17,900,  Is^jaSjarf^fuW-J W -r  LANGDALE RIDGE SUBDIVISION: Fantastic  View lots, An,ar*a .of new and  varied  homes, These lots offer themselves to many  different building locations. En|oy privacy  and the view of Howe Sound, Priced from  $12,900.  SCHOOL & WYNGART ROADS; Only 3 of  these Duplex lots left. Beautiful view  properties overlooking the Bay, Close to  schools and shopping. All lots perfectly  suited to slde-hy��lde,or up-down duplex  construction, Priced at $16,500.  HWY 101 ft ARGENT RD: 6/10 of an acre ol  treed land In Roberts Creek two blocks from  the Masonic Hall, Two dwellings allowed on  the property. 100 feet of highway frontage  that would be,Ideal for domestic industry  site with home behind, On hydro and  regional water. $14,900,  DAVIDSON RQAPi 2/3 of an acre with Q  fantastic view from Langdale Ridge, This lot  has a small creek on the very back ol the  property. All  new  homes  In  this  area,  $14,900.  TUWANEK: 80 x 140 lot only one block to  munlty water available, $9,900,  STEWART RDi Three private acres In quiet |  area with nice evergreens, Gibsons Creek  goes through back of property, Close to ���  village amenities. $29,500.  SCHOOL RD: 1.56 acres ad|acent to thei  elementary school. Could be subdivided to |  lots, On sewer and all services. $58,000,  HW.Y 101;  Approximately  16 acres,  2nd !  growth trees, level, great for a hobby farm, j  Close to Gibsons. Good holding property'  and priced at only $4,000 per acre. See this  now. Large acreages are getting scarce,  $64,000,  CHASTER RD: Two acres of nicely treed,  level land across the street from Cedar  Grove School. Zoning allows subdivision  Into 1/4 acre lots. Excellent for hobby farm  or Investment. $30,000.  ARGENT RD: 2.7 treed acres In the heart of  Roberts Creek. 3 lot subdivision has been  approved. Excellent loll and drainage.  Perfect lor hobby farm or holding property,  $29,900.  MIDDLEPOINT HIGHWAY 1011 ��17 acres  vacant land located on Highway 101,  Mlddlepolnt, 30�� miles from Gibsons,  logging road, not In use, through property,  Average subdivision site permitted 1/2  acre, Southerly exposure and good view,  $38,900,  MIODLEPOINT HIGHWAY 101; ��20 acre*  with Insulated cottage |ust remodelled,  located on Highway 101 In Mlddlepolnt  ��28 miles from Olbsons. Average subdivision site permitted 1/2 acre. Cottage  has all services, southerly exposure and  Hlmw. Usm highm MmtmMmr. m.  , $49,500.  LORRIE GIRARD  8S67760  JON McRAE  889-3670  ANNEGURNEY  886-2164  ARNE PETTERSEN  886-9793  JAYVISSER  889-3300  DAVE ROBERTS  886-8040  STEVE SAWYER  889-2691  I  f  1 ^4>-��w��eaK.*  Page B-6      The Peninsula Times        August 29,1979  ,          ii      i  \       ii,    "  ���Advertisement i  "The New World Of  Wall Panelling"  Homes throughout the area are taking on a whole new look' in  exterior designs, as well as the interior finishing. One of the  areas and products keeping pace with the changing .world, is the  world of Wall Panelling. No longer can one think of six basic  brown panels to do a "feature" wall in the living room, or finish  off a rec room. People such as Windsor Plywood throughout  Western Canada, now introduce a selection of over 176 different  wall panels to choose from. While the entire' line is so massive to  display in one store; you can get a good cross sample of the  variety and depth of wall panelling at Windsor. Every room of  the home can now be considered a candidate for panelling.  There are "vinyl" panels specially designed for kitchens,  bathrooms and laundry rooms. These 4'x8' sheets of panelling  are coated with a vinyl finish in-various colors and patterns. Easy  to wash. Easy to clean. There are panels for the bedrooms and  hallways, too. Again, choose from a variety of soft subtle tones'  to blend into the interior atmosphere of your room decor. Of  course, the living room of the home is a natural for the real  wood panels, and here again, Windsor Plywood can help you  capture the particular decor you have in mind. You can select  from a multitude of simulated wood patterns right up to exotic  specialities.  Prices range to meet every pocket book. Windsor Plywood  -throughout - Western- Canado-car-ries-panels-in-thq-Jow price  category, right up to the exotic panels In the $30-$40 range. The  trend today in treating the wall panelling purchase in the same  fashion as "furniture" for the home. The most important thing,  however, is discovering all that is available to you, before  jumpinginto that home renovation project. Products are changin  daily. New wall panels are introduced to Windsor Plywood  constantly. It truly is a whole new world of Woll Panelling. And,  working in conjunction with the wall panel specialty line,  Windsor has Hardwbod Plywood-for cabinet makers and the  home handyman who wishes to make his own kitchen cabinets,  a quality bookshelf, or his furniture. Fine quality Hardwoods  such as 4'x8' sheets of Walnuts, Ash, Teak, Elm, Birch, Oak are  all available in various thicknesses to meet the particular  project you are working on.'  ���j  ���>'  i Advertisement i  An operating grant for  B.C. Aviation Council  An operating grant of  $25,200 has been approved for  the B.C. Aviation Council, it  -wa&~announced���today���by-  Transportation, Com-  municiations and Highways  Minister Alex V. Fraser.  In previous years a similar  grant was made to the council  but it came from the  Provincial Secretary's  budget.  The Minister said the grant  was    justified     by     the  "valuable,   on-going   con-  _tributio.n_by__the_cQunciLJ;oL_  aviation in this province."  He said that in addition to  its original role of promoting  private flying the council is  now giving considerable  support and assistance to  communities wishing to  develop, improve and increase use of local airports-  hb GORDON AGENCIES ud  30 Year* ��� Cowrie St., Sechelt  HALFMOON BAY��� NEW ON -MARKET      ���~   prime sandy beach, waterfront lot. Two bedroom home. Faces  west. 60' x 330'. FP $88.000. :  WEST SECHELT ��� NEW ON MARKIT  Brand new 3 bedroom, full bsmt. home. Wood exterior. Very  warm, beige and brown tones throughout. Carpet. FP. $59,500.  SECHELT ��� BOULEVARD  Waterfront style, architect designed and meticulous craft-  manship, in this spacious two bedroom home. The four main  rooms are orientated to the south facing a view over the Gulf.  The lower, daylight level Is fully developed. Double garage.  Priced ot one hundred and thirty five.   SECHELT ��� MARINE DRIVE  Waterfront estate. West Coast Contemporary Architect home.  Four bedrooms. Three fireplaces. Viewed strictly by appointment to serious, prospective purchasers.  SECHELT ��� IMMACULATE  2 BR basement home, Fireplace fully carpeted, carport, low or no  maintenance garden. FP $49,500.        '   ��� ���  WILSON CREEK ��� HIGHWAY 10) "~  COUNTRY CHARM. Two bedroom bungalow and three room  cottage. Studio/Workshop. Over one acre and short level walk  to the best beach at Davis Bay. Be sure and see this red and  white charmer. Priced at $65,000.  HALFMOON BAY  Two bedroom rancher. Heatilator fireplace. Utility room, attached carport, seperate workshop. F.P. $45,000.  Day* 885*2013     John Wilson.      Evenlngi 885-9365  "The Property  Movers"  WHARF  REALTY LTD.  885*5171  MALCOLM BAY ��� PENDER HARBOUR       L-138  69' ft. waterfront, western exposure on quiet  protected bay, with 2 bedrooms. Approx. 700 sq.  ft. home ��� 8 years old, plus 26'xl2' workshop.  Located on Cochrane Road Cul-De-Sac, For  appointment to view call PAT MURPHY 885-5171  F.P. $67,000.  MIDDLEPOINT, HALFMOON BAY L-175  2.78 acres on Sunshine Coast Highway,  936x230x660'. Plus older two bedroom lOOOsq.  ft. home. Drilled well, good water. F.P. $39,900.  Call PAT to view 883*171.  li  I  hosts on the  Sunshine Coast"  PAT MURPHY  805-9487  1       I  TREV GODDARD  086-2650  Waterfront  151  WILSON CREEK $32,000  Two bedroom A frame with  loft and workshop. Partially  furnished on two of the most  beautiful lots near Mission  Creek. Wading distance to  DavlsTBay beach, yet off the  highway on a private road.  Fifteen years left on  Dominion lease on land. For  more details, contact Rene,  885-9362.  SAKINAW LAKE $15,000  165' lakefroiitage lot on  Provincial lease, $160 per  year. Leased until 1988. Boat  access only, excellent  building site for your  weekend retreat. Call Ray  Bernier, 885-5225 or Emilie  Henderson, 885-5383.  GOWER POINT $84,250  Beautifully lanscaped two .  bedroom    home    with    a  panoramic view  of  Salman  Rock,    the    North    Shore  Mountains   and    Vancouver  Island.   Older   style   quality  construction,      the      full  -basement   is   ready   to   be  -developedT���For���more���in���  formation,      Call       Rene  Sutherland, 885-9362.  DAVIS BAY $32,900  . Specatacular view from this  ��� waterfront lot in one of our  "Ttiosf"desstable~areas* Sloped-  lot has a lovely beach and is  nicely treed. For more infor  contact Terry Brackett, 885-  9865.  SAKINAW LAKE $124,900  2500' of lake frontage, two  dwellings, two floats,  boathouse, completely  sheltered private bay. 15  . acres with subdivision  possibilities. Southern exposure and view. Call Ray  Bernier, 885-5225.  TUWANEK WATERFRONT  LOTS  Nicely treed, side by side,  95' x 110' of waterfront  overlooking Lamb's Bay,  southerly exposure, these  properties are priced at  $28,000 and $28,500 each.  For more details, Call Rene at  885-9362.  885-3295  Van. Direct  681-7931  Box 979.Sechelt, B.C.V()N3A0'  -NexMo-the Gulf-Stotibn���L���.   Where Real Estate is serious���but * pleasure  CALL FOR OUR   FREE   CATALOGUE  Relocating??????    "  Don't delay ��� use our  TRADE PLAN  Call for more details.  Acreage  Homes  REDROOFFS $63,500  This' 1000 sq. ft. 5 year old  two bedroom and den  panabode with luxury' kitchen, cut rock fireplace,  double "up and over"  panabode garage and 16'  greenhouse, is beautifully  situated on a large secluded  semi-waterfront lot with  covered patios and. many  extras. All realistic offers  considered. Call Corry Ross,  885-9250.  DAVISBAY $61,900  Immaculate three bedrooms/  landscaping and sundeck.  Second F/P in rec room, 4th ���  bdrm and extra large.'  workshop in basement.  Double garage. An excellent  buy. Drive by on Laurel and  phone for an appointment to  see. Emilie Henderson, 885-  5383, or Ray Bernier, 885-  5225.  *f*B.&  REDROOFS $63,500  This warm and welcoming  three bedroom Panabode  home is beautifully situated  on a large secluded and  sunny semi wf lot. ��� A few  special features are: two-car  heated Panabode garage,  double plumbing, cut rock  fireplace, step saver kitchen,  16 foot greenhouse, and  covered patio. Corry Ross,  885-9250.  ROBERTSCREEK $89,500  5 acres of beautiful bottom  land with a southern exposure. Large organic  vegetable garden, fruit trees,  and pasture areas: PLUS, a  custom built 1700 sq ft three  storey . 4 bedroom home.  Quality and craftsmanship  have created an inspiring  living space. Leaded glass  windows r cedar finishing  inside ��� parquet floors. A  suana outside that will seat  10 people. An outbuilding  which could be converted into  a guest cottage. This property  must be seen if you are  looking for acreage with  comfort. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton for viewing, 885-  3971.  ROBERTS CREEK HOME  $82,500  A quality built home such as  this 1220 sq. ft. 2 year old  beauty located only'a short  walk to the beach is a rare  find. The spacious 2nd floor  with two bedrooms, 5 pee.  bathroom, super. kitchen, 4  major appliances, large living  and dining room, , floor to  ceiling brick fireplace, lush  carpeting, has over 800 sq.  ft.of decking, and- four  skylights. Ground level with  1155 sq. ft. has ftreplaced  den, workshop,' two large  extra rooms and bathroom  waiting your finishing  touches. Two car carport.  Secluded. To view; call Corry  Ross at 885-9250 or Rene  Sutherland at 885-9362.  iRANTHAMS  $39,500  HOBBY FARM $65,000  9.8 acres of good level land at  Kleindale, Pender Harbour  with excellent remodelled 2  bdr. home. Also included are  the many Outbuildings,  heated greenhouse, and  cleared pasture. Let me show  you this good investment.  Call Don Lock~885-3730 for all  Business ~  Opportunities  Drycleaning business situated  in both Gibsons and Sechelt.  No competition. Ideal family  business. Call Ray Bernier,  885-5225 or Emilie Henderson, 885-5383.  Restaurant - situated in  Sechelt. Very established  with a super return. Priced to  sell. Call Ray Bernier, 885-  5225, or Emilie Henderson,  885-5383.  What more could you want -  a beautiful view' overlooking  Shoal Channel from a  redecorated 2 bdr home.  Ideal rentable in-law suite on  -lower-HooPr-All-details-with-  Don Lock, 885-3730.  SECHELTVILLAGE $58,500  An orchard in the village. Just  a few blocks from shopping,  transportation Tqnd schools,  this two bedroom gem has  many, many extras. Double  windows, enclosed sun porch,  extra insulation, walnut built-  ins and panelling, Harding  carpets, top quality wall  coverings, all ih immaculate  condition. The garden is a  blaze of color,; and an enclosed vegetable garden is  waiting to be harvested. For  more information, call Rene  at 885-9362.  GRANTHAMS $29,500  A panoramic view from the  glassed-in sunporch. One  bedroom in this cozy home of  780 sq ft. Large living room  _with_a_fireplace���and-hard-  wood floors. 3/4 unfinished  basement, fridge, stove and  new woodburner included.  Close to the ferry, schools,  shopping and the beach. Call  Suzanne Dunke.-ton for  viewing, 885-3971.  DAVIS BAY. .,,,:,,.. $66,000  Beautiful view from this three  bedroom home. Large family  kitchen loaded with cupboards, _work~7:and eating  space. Separate dining room,  cozy living room, with a  v fireplace. Finished rec room &  bar with another fireplace,  guest bedroom. Close to  schools and beach ��� all this  in popular Davis Bay! Call  Suzanne Dunkerton, 885-  ���3971. '  details.  ROBERTS CREEK $29,500  Enjoy    the    privacy    and  peaceful surrounding on this  JeveJ_1teed_iw;teage^Jn_the-  Mobiles  ALR. For more information  contact Terry Brackett, 885-  9865. MLS.  a  WEST SECHELT $39,700  An excellent starter for the  mini-farm enthusiast. 2 +  acres of level cleared land,  good well, outbuildings and a  cute one bedroom cottage.  Many, possibilities in this  charmer. To view, call Rene  Sutherland, 885-9362.  VILLAGE ACREAGE  This attractive 13��^x-83��^  parcel adjacent to Park Road  on Highway 101 is presently  zoned R4 but is suitable for  future development. It has an  older type three bedroom  home which could be relocated. For further Information, call Rene  Sutherland, 885*9362.  12 x 60 mobile home set up in  local trailer park. Fully  skirted with a view of the  Trail Islands. Fridge and stove  included, asRTng $"10,000.  Contact Terry Brackett, 885-  9865.  Industrial  SEAMOUNT     INDUSTRIAL  PARK  Now selling ��� light industrial; service, - commercial. Located on Highway 101 in the village of  Gibsons, Se'amount industrial Park provides a  nrrrixed package of lots and  acreage sites. Reasonably  priced, fully serviced with  347-600 volt three phase  power, sewer, water,  paved roads and street  lighting. Lot sizes start at  50 x 150, $12,950. Call  Rene Sutherland, 885-  1,9362.   WEST SECHELT VIEW  Two beautiful view lots, side  by side. These lots have 92'  and 95' of frontage and are  nicely* treed. Each lot is  $17,500. Try offers on them  separately or as a package.  For more information, contact  Terry Brackett, 885-9865.  VILLAGE LOTS      $15,000 ea.  Close to Chatelech Junior  Secondary School, located on  Hwy 101, these two side by  side nicely treed lots are a  good investment. Sewer  available In near future. For  more details, call Rene  Sutherland, 885-9362.  WEST SECHELT  Side by side lots. Serviced,  zoned R-2. Larger lot may be  subdivided, and Is priced at  $12,500. Smaller lot priced at  $9,000. Owner will sell each  separately or both as a  package. Try your offers. Call  Terry Brackett, 885-9865.  SELMA PARK 14,900  Bautlful view lot with access  from either end. 70 x 200  approx. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton, 885-3971.  SELMA PARK $12,900  This choice view lot Is offered  at a reduced price for quick  sale. Located at corner of  Hwy 101 and Heather Road,  and backing onto Greer Rd.  Good value here, MLS. Call  Corry Ross, 885-9250.  PENDER   LAKES   PROPERTIES  21 view lots In new ��� subdivision. $10,000 to $20,000.  Call Ray Bernler, 685-5225 or  Emilie Henderson. 885-5383.  WEST PORPOISE BAY    $9,900  Nice level lot located close to  village. This lot is selectively  cleared and ready to build on.  Water and Hydro, Contact  Terry Brackett, 885-9865.  VIEW LOT $14,000  On Malcolm Road in Pender  -Harbour. Building site Is  already cleared. Has Regional  Water and Power. Lovely  sloping lot. Close to excellent  fishing. Close to Beach Access. Call Terry Brackett, 885-  9865.  WAKEFIELD BEAUTIES  $16,750 ea.  Two lots, side by side on  Wakefield Road, bordered by  park and ravine for privacy.  Approved building sites, view  of Georgia Strait, close to  village. For more details, call  Rene, 885-9362.  Lois  VIEW LOT $10,900  On Marble Road In quiet  Wilson Creek subdivision,  owner may cajry financing.  Call Ray Bernler, 885-5225 or  Emilie Henderson, 885-5383.  TUWANEK VIEW $9,000  Close to beach. Vendor will  carry agreement for sale. For  more detail^, Phone Rene at  885-9362.  JUST LISTED SUBDIVISION  Located at the corner of Reef  and Shoal Roads in the village  of Sechelt. This eleven lot  subdivision Is well treed, on  Regional Water, all lots  approved for septic Installation. Priced to sell at  $10,500 each. For more  details call Rene Sutherland,  885-9362.  WOODCREEK PARK  74 lot subdivision, ravine  park on three sides. Fully  serviced. For more details call  Rene Sutherland,   885-9362,  FRANCIS PENINSULA $10,000  Excellent Bldg. lot in new subdivision, water & hydro,  septic approval. Near  Gerrons Bay ��� good fishing I  Emilie Henderson, 885-5383,  or Ray Bernier, 885-5225.  SANDY HOOK $13,500  The vendor will accept a low  down payment and  agreement for sale on this.58  x 346 foot potential view lot.  Storage shed and some  building materials Included.  On private paved road,  potential view, one of the  nicer Sandy Hook lots. Call  Rene, 885-9362.  ROBERTSCREEK $15,500  Beautiful large view lot with  94 feet on the creek. Perflation has already been  approved. Centrally located  to shopping, schools and  beach. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton, 885-3971.  WINN ROAD, GIBSONS $15,000  Here is a lot with everything.  Extra large and serviced.  Southern exposure to water  and mountain view. Close to  all amenities. Call Suzanne to  view, 885-3971.  WEST SECHELT  Nice level lot with potential  view, All services. Priced for  quick sale at just $11,900.  Terry Brackett, 885-9865.  CREEKSIDE PUCE  Residential Mobile Home  Subdivision  13 Fully serviced lots, situated  approximately 2 miles northwest  of Sechelt, corner of Mason &  Norwest Bay Road. Level lots to  facilitate both single & double wide  trailers. ^  Please call  Emilie Henderson   886-5383  or  #%_  ���&/  o.  <tt^  ^  ;V>  "**.  'X  %*  to  Ray Bernler, 885-5225.  y  ���i  ROAD  ROAD  ^  *v  Hi' ���  *   {  ltl.lt.  . ft j  yio  ,i ��v  Lot   3 $11,900  4 $12,500  6 $11,000  7 $10000.  8 $10,000.  10 Reserved  f 11 Reserved  12 $9,600  13 $9,500  14 $9,500  16 $9,600  17 $9,600  18 $9,500  Pl��as�� not* IVUtrlc M��aiura>m��nts.  MASON  ffOAn  RAY BERNIER  CORRY ROSS  ������6-9260  RENE SUTHERLAND   ���OM-Mtft��� -  TERRY BRACKETT      MaVVaUft   DON LOCK  ������8 ITlfl  mrmr^^mrm mrmr '  EMILIE HENDERSON  SUZANNE DUNKERTON  TERRI HANSON  POWELL  III VER  WEST  VANCOUVER  NORTH'  VANCOUVER  MEMSIR or  OTHER OFFICES  TO SERVE YOU  KfilOCATION SiRVICIS CANADA" RIFIRRAL SYSTIM  KINGSWAY  SURREY  LANGLEY  '  / / Wednesday, August 29,1979  H  Tlie Peninsula Times  PageB-7  ;F-:J:*!________*5Jii - ~^"J v ���'> '��� ��� .'j'.. j  ,L     V -,- *'~, f . '     , -   - h\'}:     .    "���>   .   TT, i ti.        If   i7 ;/���.-, .-.,,?�����>'      "'-���*' -V ���  I    Anil lilA <-*_*._��� < _* _* 4* _��� 7y__m_______M-_\*__��^m  tn-zzm   CtMTURY WEST REM ESTATE (1178) LTO.  Box .1 490,, Corner'  Troll & Cowrie St.,  Sechelt VON 3A0  AGENCIES LTD,  WE'RETHENEIGH  PROFESSIONALS FOR YOU  isi>. 1  AFEWof the winner of Campbell's Department Store Wall> Wall Closing ,Out Sale - EUN CONTEST.  ;     '      ' Names not available. i  ^ReporfJpon^iJawa,  A commitment  _._ _ ' ^        - by Ray~ Skelly  MP Comox-PR riding  restricts freedom of action."  Thar definition does not seem to  TxT  Tuesday,.August 14,1979  When is a commitment really a com-4  mitment? That is a question many observers of the new government in Ottawa  are asking.  A case in point: in the last Parliament,  the Conservatives voted against cuts in the  unemployment'- insurance    system  proposed by the Liberals. Those cuts were  -noMfrbe implemented-until after the May-  -2^e^l<mr^o^he-eonservatives-had-��-  cbance to backup their "nay" votes by not  bringing them in. But they didn't. Instead,  the new Conservative  Employment  Minister Ron Atkey let them come into  effeenxjcause^he said, the government-  was committed by an acTdf ParliamentV  Another case: although the Conservatives said many times they wanted  the federal government to get out of Loto  Canada, the Conservative Sports Minister  Steve Paproski now maintains that he  feels, committed to providing $18 million  from Loto Canada for hockey arenas  promised to Quebec, .Winnipeg and Edmonton. Edmonton? That is, of course, tbe  city Mr. Paproski r^resenta%Jhe7]House  of Commons....  ... _���^r.-^i  *<-*mt *  Then there is the new Finance; Minister,  John Crosbie, who, in opposition, could see  very little worth in the 'November 1978  budget of then Liberal Finance Minister  Jean Cretien. Now, in power, he feels a  commitment to go ahead and approve that  same budget.  On the other hand, most of the  proposals to decentralize the public service were already publicly commited by  the Liberals to various municipalities  across tbe country ��� municipalities that  made important plans and spent money to  make way for the new government offices.  That commitment was abolished by the  stroke of a pen in the hand of Sinclair  Stevens, the Conservative Treasury Board  President.  On the other hand also is the case of  Petro-Can, the government-owned  petroleum corporation that was  negotiating a deal with Pemex, the  Mexican government-owned petroleum  company for the oil exports to Canada.  That agreement had already been initialed  by the Liberal Cabinet minister.'Was that a  commitment? No, says Conservative  energy minister Ray Hnatyshin. That  commitment no longer exists, to the  benefit of the Exxon Corporation which  has moved into the void.T.  The Oxford Dictionary defines a  commitment as an "engagement that  working thesedays in Ottawa. Perhaps, in  search of a more current, definition,'* we  should go to Finance Minister Crosbie's  comments at a press conference last week.  When asked why the Clark government  r seems to be backing down on so many of  its campaign promises, the minister said  his analysis of the election results indicates that Canadian voters did not vote  the Conservatives in, but rather they voted  the Liberals out. Therefore, the Conservatives- really do not have any  obligation���commitment, if you will ��� to  fulfill their campaign promises. Unless  they want to, of course.  EXCEPTIONAL VIEW HOME #216  Beautifully maintained 3 bedroom view  home on Fir Rd. in popular Davis Bay.  Attractive fireplace in both upstairs and the  completely finished ground floor. Plus  feature of this fine home include games  room, 10'x29' surideck and double carport.  Let os show you this exceptional home then  we're sure you'll want to make an offer on  the $69,900 asking price. PITER 885-9463  or BERT 885-3746 eves.  DELUXE FAMILY HOME      / #221  It is new ��� has lovely water view - the price  reduced by $3,000, now just $$66,500, what  a buy. Fine edrthtone carpeting thru the  very large and gracious living room, which  has fireplace and covered sundeck. 2  bathrooms, J6'x42 1/2' unfinished rec.  room.'Three bedrooms, one is ensuite, all  carpeted.; You will love it. Owner will  consider a. trade as part payment. Peter,  885-9463 or, "TINY BOB" 885-9461. to view  this fine offering.  EXTRAORDINARILY CONVENIENT       #4128  By the Hackett Park Tennis Courts, couple  blocks to shopping, Medical or school. 3  bedroom (1 ensuite) plus self contained 1  bedroom rental suite. Phone ahead, we  need an appointment to tour. Call "Tiny  Bob" Kent 885-9461.  -PENDER HARBOUR WATERFRONT HOME  #4066  But it is two (2) homes on approx 3 ACRES  with 250 �� of waterfront, on Lagoon Road.  One home is 3 bedroom with sauna, the  other is 2 bedroom, 768 sq. ft. Live in one,  rent the other, cut down your mortgage  payments. Close to. school and shops. Full  price $115,000. Vendor considers carrying  for approved purchaser. Call Peter Smith  885-9463.    #T70~  3 bedroom VIEW home in quiet family t  oriented neighbourhood. Only $42,000. Call  Rita Peacheson, 885-5706.  HOMES  REDROOFFS AREA��� SECLUDED  HOME #4131  Peace and quiet at this 2 bdrm. home on  over \/% acre of treed property. 1056 sq. ft.  27*14 1/2 living-dining room. Some finishing  needed, are you good with a hammer?  Asking $34,300. Offers considered. Peter  Smith 885-9463.  LARGE HOUSEWIIH VIEW _    #3942  This is o large 4 bedroom home with 3  PEACE AND QUIET #209  Great place for kjds on short street. 3  bedrooms, J2j>0thrqoms^n<J 1248 sq. ft.  with 32 ft. sundeck to enjoy the view over  your 1/2 acre. F.P. $60,000. Chuck  Dowmon, 885-9374.  -,   ,     _*.,., 2m_-. 'Xj-t4r-.rn.ilaaSW  BLOCK TO PARK $62,600  Perfect location for Village living. 4  bedrooms, finished rumpus room, 2 baths.  Fenced lot. Only 5 years old. Chuck  Dowman, 885-9374.  SEA AIR ESTATES  1650 SCHOOL ROAD, GIBSONS  3 BEDROOMS  IH BATHROOMS  18x14' FIN. REC. ROOM  1564 SQ. FT. FINISHED  i<(Sti> I   t   l<<<  i. r"  TOWNHOUSES  A good vl��w of Olbions Harbour, Howt Sound  or surrounding Itlandt from molt units.  ��� Actual view hot exactly as shown.  That* ���xtr��m��ly wull built townhouim havs |utt  b����n rcdaKoratafd and arm Priced to Sell I  Priced from $35,000-$37,900.  G. KNOWLES  ._j_._ j^j_K5n���1__  DAVIS BAY VIEW #193  This spacious 3 bedroom home has many  desirable features including built In wall  over and range, dining room, large rec.  room, 2 fireplaces and ensuite plumbing.  Asking $67,000.00 Rita Percheson 885-  5706.  bathrooms, free standing fireplace in huge  living room, large recreation room in  basement, also workshop. Situated on 97' x  135' lot with VIEW. Fully fenced with well  kept gardens, fish pond. Price $62,500 Jim  Wood 885-2571.  TCHOSETHISNEIOHBOURHOOD #W0-  How about you? Thra>e bedroom home With  21' x 24' workshop on a rather secluded lot  nicely developed and In an excellent neighborhood, $56,500. Larry Moore, 885-9213.  REDROOFFS AREA  Large leveled lot with almost finished one  bedroom home. Move in and do inside  finishing yourself. Only $24,000. Eva Carsky  886-7126.  RETIREMENT HOME OR? #4126  This 2 bdrm. Garden - Bay home offers  economical living, convenience of location  for shopping and fishing and the price includes furnishings. $33,500.00 Bert Walker  885-3746.  #177  4 LOTS ONLY IN THIS AREA OF NEW HOME*  Lots are VIEW and there are'different ���oxei'S : \  and prices. In West Sechelt. water, power ���-  and cablevlslon. Lot 26 ��� $11,500; Lot 24 -  $10,700; lot 23 - $11.500; Lot 20 - $16,500.  Larry Reardon, 885-3924.  SOUTHWOODROAD #201  Two large side by side level tots. Nicely  treed, easily landscpaed with good growing  soil. $10,500 each. Call George Longman  885-3400.  LUCKY FISHERMEN #4019  To own 60 feet In protected cove at Pender  Harbour. Easy access via auto or boat. Has  cabin, good location for year round home.  Local amenities Include hydro, water, phone  & Marina next door. Just $32,500 FP. "Tiny  Bob" Kent, 885-9461.  2 LOTS  Side by side 80' by 250' Redrooffs area.  Level and treed with good top,soil. Good for  holding or building. Call GEORGE  LONGMAN, 885-3400 eves.  NEAR MARINA TOO #147/146  Hero's two vlewtets on Deerhorn Drivel with  power, water and phone to the roadside.  Buy one or,both (for the family) and enjoy  the spectacular setting. Asking $9,500  each. Call BERT 885-2235.  EXECUTIVE HOME #141  1,785 square feet with full basement and  superb finishing make this home a must to  view. Five bedrooms, recreation area,  sauna and swlrlpool. Large living, dining  and kitchen with eating. View with Larry or  Ruth, 885-9213 eve*.  WATERFRONT AN0 LOTI OF ITI       #4014  100' of useable waterfront and over an acre  of land. Excellent view and good building  sites. Just $45,000. Ruth. 885-9213.  UNEXCELLED VIEW AND #4121  much, much more on these beautiful West  Sechelt lots. Just 9 lots left In one of the  most desirable residential areas on the  coast, sewer available too, Larry Moore,  885-9213,  BREATHE DEEPLY, IIAUTY UNLIMITED #.<0M  With a VIEW up Sechelt Inlet, The clear,  clear olr, the forested vistas. 60 feet  frontage on Sandy HooK Road, 64 ft, on  Deerhorn Drive. About 12000 sq, ft, all for  $8,000. Deal? 885-9461 "Tiny Bob" Kent.  OOOD BUILDINO LOT #.4073  Frontage on 2 roads, Francis Peninsula Rd,  and Rendevous Rd. 134' deep, serviced,  Only $9,900, Pay 10% down, Vendor, will  carry balance at current Interest, Over 5  years. What an opportunity for Investment,  Peter Smith 085-9463,  1 RARE 26 ACRES.$62,000  Only 5 minutes WEST OF SECHELT. High and  dry, mostly treed. Chuck Dowman, 885-  9374.  ALMOST 6 ACRII WITH  SOUTHERLY IXPOIURI  Build your dr#dm home and kef p boat at  nearby Marina or purchose as holding  property. $29,000. Rita Percheson, 089.  5706.  IQUARB BAY >VIEW LOT #4107  iWrnrw^ttkar~��a WATER VftWr ARWTUI-  TREES, QUIET, with oil services Including,  sewer? You will find It all at this location,  plus boat launch nearby. A dandy lot 61' x  134',, Firm Price $12,500. Yl��w with Peter  Smith 889-9463.  LOTS AND ACREAGE  NORWEST BAY RD.  " OPPOSITE DERBY RD. #1*��  5 lots ��� some with VIEW. In their natural  state so you can create your own landscaping. Priced at $12,500. Larry Reardon,  885-3924.  38.6 ACRES ��� NORTH OF LANGDALE  On Hwy. 101, ripe for subdivision Into 5  acre parcels, $80,000. Call Rita Percheson  for more details. 885-5706, or 885-3271.  MARLENE DEVELOPMENT #174  Over 1/4 acre building lot. Nicely treed, all  services. $10,900. Call Ed Baker, 885-2641.  -^SPARINGLY PRICED  #149-  A CASTLE IN THE AIR #4106  YES I LOOK UP FROM THIS 88x 164 ft. lot on  Lagoon Rd. at fender Harbour. Besides, you  are only a short walk to Madeira businesses  and easy boat launch. Trailers allowed. Full  price $7,250. Dial "Tiny Bob" Kent 885-  9461.    ������  HOTEL LAKE ACREAGE #4011  Nicely located 6 acre parcel on high ground  overlooking Hotel Lake and |ust minutes to  Irvlns Landing for the fisherman/boaters.  Here's your opportunity to obtain property  with a low down payment, full price  $28,500. Bert Walker 885-3746.  HALFMOON BAY*WESCAN ROAD  Large lot 91x340' with evergreens,  seclusion, Ideal for summer retreat. Try  $9,500 ��� ASSESSED at $11,300. Call Ed  Baker, 885-2641. ���  SARGEANT ROAD - OIBSONS - $14,600 #198  BEAUTIFUL VIEW LOT In an area of new  homes. Fully serviced with sewer. Close to  schools and shopping. Evq Carsky, 886-  7126.  6 ACRES .$$6,800  Built-in pension. Build on one corner and  subdivide Into lots, when time Is ripe.  Partially cleared and in the VILLAOE. Chuck  Dowman, 889-9374.  3.78 ACRES ON GARDEN BAY  Near head of Oyster Bay, Ideal recreation  property. Nicely wooded, some pasture and  stream. Asking $19,900. Call Ken Wells,  ,   WWMS,     ,      .  CHOICI LOCATION #161  Treed building lots within a block of beach  access. For a good family location at  $14,900. Ruth, 889-9213 eves.     ,  WOULD YOU LIKI TO 61A  MILLIONARI #41$$  Give me a call about the 39 acres I have for  sale |n Sechelt, This property overlooks the  village and shows Itself as a groat potential.  For Information on viewing call Larry Moore  889-9213.  OUT OF THE STORMS #4019  Into a peaceful cove, year round moorage  large lot, will treed with more than 60 feet  of, coxy Inner harbour (Pender) frontage  good building site Includes "city" water, B.C.  Hydro, phone, Roughed to driveway. Cabin,  F.P, $32,500. Dial "TINY BOB" 085-9461  , . evei ,,..������,���.,       .,. ,   VERY IICLUDID WATERFRONT #4127  6.96 acres of treed waterfront, accessible  but remote - the price most accessible at  |ust $30,000. Ruth, B09-9213.  ���LOFTY ACRfltTt�������� ��� - . f Mr  En|oy Ihe VIEW, uniquely shaped dining-  living area. 3 bdrms, |acusll. Ensuite bath,  About 2900 sq, ft, main floor area, Try your  terms on $129,000 Dial "Tiny Bob" Kent  *    885-9461.  Yes $10,800 buys nearly -100 ft. on  Redrooffs Rd. as well a* 1/50 interest in  waterfront lot "X". Close to public wharf.  "Tiny Bob" Kent 885-9461.  VIEW ACREAGE #4111  ALMOST 5 ACRES, NOT IN LAND FREEZE,  VIEW of Howe Sound from part of the  property. Use for recreation now and subdivide later. Price $28,500. For more details  Jim Wood 885-2571.  BIG BUILDING LOT #4109  Just a few minutes' drive from Sechelt, this  fine (97' x 206) nearly level building lot of  almost half an acre could be |ust the answer  for your future homesite. Hydro, water and  phone on paved Cooper Road, and |ust  asking $10,500. Bert Walker,' 885-3746.  RECREATION LOTS #4062 or #160  Both close to water access and ready for  your fun In the sun. Priced to sell and lots of  advantages. Ruth, 885-9213.  DEVELOPMENT ACREAGE #4133  Right in the Village of Sechelt - 39 1/2 acres  at less than $4,000 and acre and good view  Included. Larry, 885-9213.  11 ACRES GOWER POINT AREA #189  7 acres of sown pasture and 4 acres ol treed  land In A.I.R. bounded by 3 roads with hydro  and water In place. An Ideal Investment for  the hobby farmer or horsey minded. All this  one block from school, close to shopping  and In a new developing area, Future  subdivision a possibility. This land Is priced  to sell quickly at $57,500. KEN WELLS, 086-  7223 eves.  COME I VIEW THE INLET #4089  Cut a bush or 3 and expand the outlook  about 12,000 sq. ft. fronting 2 roads with  hydro, hydrant, phone at road side. Deal on  $8,000.00. "Tiny Bob" K��nt 885-9461.  CATCH THE BIG ONE HERE #4115  Flat, near ready to build. Close as Spit to  easy ocean access. 30 It, on blacktop  frontage by 130 depth. Invest $12,000 F.P.  Now, "Tiny Bob" Kent 005-9461.  OFF FAMOUS SCHOALS AT PENDER    #3969  660 ft. seafrontago, Pracllcally every acre  provides view of Islands ana the School  where the fish really bltel About 18 acres  plus llshlng cabin. Try $50,000 down on  $175 M or your cash olfer to "TINY BOB"  883-9461 eves.  IAK�� VIIW ACRIACH #216  59.8 ACRES overlooking beautiful Fraser  Lake In the heart of a hunters A fisherman's  paradise, Highway 16 access with power to  the front of the property. 1/4 mile Irom ski  hill lor winter fun on skis or snowmobiles. A  hide-away In the centre of .things, Eric  Rudland 068-9837, ''  INVESTMENT RIVENUI ��� $166,000  Attractive 7-sulte rental unit. Steady  clientele. No vacancies for yeart, Handy  location In village, Call Ed Baker (or more  details, 883-2641,  VIEW LOT #144  Ixcellenfsivel tulldlno IbOlifi^approxT'  100' x 120'; Close to arena for your winter  sports and close to good fishing for year  round sport. All services available, Price Is  $11,900.00 Jim Wood 009-2971.  ma i*^^���^���^*^  ^L��WW;Si**Mt  PageP^  Automotive Service  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Parts * Sales,_* Service  * Rotor Lather Service tor Disc Brakes  '      and Drum Brakes  * Valve and Seat Grinding  * All Makes Serviced -  Datsuh Specialists  Gibsons Phone 886-7919  ECONOMY AUTO PARTS LTD.  Automobile, Industrial  and Body Shop Supplies  Sechelt .885-5181  WAL-VEN AUTO BODY .  BODY WORK  AND  PAINTWORK  Sunshine Coast Highway  GIBSONS ___ 886-7133  SUPERIOR MUFFLER LTD.  BING'S EXHAUST PLUS LTD.  'Complete Exhausts ��� Shocks * Roll Bars  * Side Pipes * Stacks  * .Running Boards * Duel Pipe Conversion  100% guarantee ��� Parts and labour  Next to Wal-Ven Auto Body  Gibsons, 666-8213  Blasting  Ted's Blasting & Contracting Ltd.  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  * Basements * Driveways * Septic Tanks  Stumps * Ditch Lines  Call for a free estimate anytime  883-2734  "Air Track Available"   883-2385  TED DONLEY PENDER HARBOUR  Building Supplies  A.C. RENTALS & BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD.    .,  ,   All Your Building Needs  .Madeira Park        Phone 883-2585 J  Commercial Printing  Business Cards/Wedding  '        Invitations,  Letterheads, Envelopes, .'  ���  PENINSULA TIMES  Phone 885-3231  Contractors  RAY'S TRUCKING  Gravel * Fill * Drainrock  SERVING PENDER HARBOUR   8855260   ,    HANDY "Super" MAN  ��� Cabinet Maker ��� All Carpentry Work  ��� Remodelling in & out. Painting.  23 Years Experience��� Good References ���  Low Rates  Will Do Anything ��� Conscientiously Done  ��� Job Well Done  Call ALBERT Anytime  885-2698 or 886-2161  <___H>TIA|_J'&  Contractors (cont'd)  J.B. EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  886-9031  Dump Truck - Bock hoe - Cat  Water, Sewer, Drainage Installation  Land Clearing  FREE ESTIMATES  R.W. [Bob] Rogers  Coast Insulation Company  886-9297  INSULATION - INSTALLATION  Fiberglass Batts Blown in Insulation  RESIDENTIAL (New a Existing Houses) &  Commercial  .    ,   J.F.W. CONTRACTING  . RENOVATIONS. * ADDITIONS  ���NEW HOMES :>  * CONCRETE DRIVEWAYS       * DRYWALL ���  * SUNDECKS  "ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED"  886-8071  Disposal Services  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  Port Mellon to Ole's Cove  Tel: 886-2938 or 885-9973  * Commercial Containers Available  Electricians (cont'd)  Stol ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractors   Residential & Commercial Wiring  ��� Pole Line Installations  ��� Electric Heating  Ron Sim 885-2062 Rick Sim  ROBHAGAR  Electrical Contracting  RESIDENTIAL ��� COMMERCIAL  Eves: 886-9261   Days: 886-2756  Glassworks  ���  ANTHOR GLASS CO, LTD.  885-2153 Sechelt  WINDOWS * STORM WINDOWS * STORM  DOORS   .  MIRRORS * SLIDING MIRROR WARDROBE  DOORS  MIRRORED BATHROOM CABINETS * CUSTOM  WINDOWS  SLIDING PATIO DOORS * & INSTALLATION   Duane Thorsteinson  Flooring (cont'd)  CARPETS ��� CABINETS��� FLOORING  SHOWRQOM.AT SEAVIEW PLACE  886-2417 922-2017  I  ROGERS CABINETS LTD.  A Custom Birch Kitchen  Av: $1900.00 -10 Days Delivery  Anywhere on Peninsula  Call 883-2676 Eves.  Landscaping  EVERGREEN LANDSCAPING  and  .   GARDEN .MAINTENANCE  For an ever-blooming garden  fruit tree pruning  WILLIAM BORAGNO Free Estimates  (Bongo) 885-5033  Forest Consultant  PENFOR CONSULTING LTD.  * ENGINEERING * HARVESTING - PLANS  * CRUISING * STUMPAGE - CALCULATIONS  * MAPPING * TIMBER - APPLICATIONS  * SILVICULTURE ��, METRIC - CONVERSIONS  Bill Tymchuk, Box 1730  Bus. 885-5713, Sechelt, B.C.  Res. 885-2485, VON 3A0  SECHELT ORIENTAL LANDSCAPING  Landscaping * Pruning * Shaping  ,  Willie TakahasHl  Call after six 885-9890  Pest Control  PIED PIPER COMPANY LTD.  BONDED PEST CONTROL SERVICES  call Paul M. Bulman at 434-6641  7061 Gilley Ave. Burnaby  BRITISH    CTQ IT! j M BI A  ~  Electricians  CB. CONTRACTORS  Complete Building Insulating  Interior & Exterior Painting  Roofing, Shakes & Apshalt Shingles  FREE ESTIMATES  . 885-9272 -    __,  Flooring��Cabinets  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  Kitchen Cabinets  Spedalitsts In Remodelling  886-9411  - Showroom in Twilight Theatre, Gibsons  KENDeVRIESeVSQNLTD.  FLOORCOVERINGS  CARPETS - TILES - LINOLEUMS - DRAPES  GIBSONS 6 SECHELT  885-3424  Heating  SECHELT METAL PRODUCTS  LTD.  GENERAL SHEET METAL  Domestic, Commercial, Industrial heating  and Air conditioning.  885-2466.  Printing Service  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  PENINSULA TIMES  Phone 885-3231  Rentals  A.C. RENTALS LTD.  TOOLS ft EQUIPMENT RENTALS  Scaffolding, Rock Drills, Power Tools,  Automotive Tools, Pumps, Generators,  and Compressors  Highway 101 883-2585  at Francis Peninsula Road -.  Tires  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C.  886-2700  SALES 6 SERVICE  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturdoy. 8:30 am to 5:30 pm  .        Friday evening by appointment only  IF YOUR TARGET IS SUCCESS - ADVERTISE IN  The TIMES' DIRECTORY  885-3231  LOOK HERE FOR WEEKLY BARGAINS  & SALE INFORMATION.  IN GIBSONS  f*1  * **.*   f��  YOUR  */���.'  PORT MELLON INDUSTRIES CREDIT  m UNION-GIBSONS ��  * Loans  * Mortgages  * Best Saving Rates  LOCATED NEXT TO  THE BUS DEPOT  886-8121  SEE OUR SHOWROOM  HOURS: 10 am-4:30 pm  SATURDAYS  *CARPETS * KITCHEN  CABINETS *JENN-AIR  A many more great  products at everyday prices.  CARPET CABINET  CERAMIC CENTRE  North Rd., Gibsons 886-2766,  JANE'S TUB & TOP SHOP  886-7621  Our Showroom is Open  FRI & SAT 10 am-5 pm  A WHIRLPOOL BATHTUB    ,    ,  TO REPLACE YOUR ��4  I A  PRESENT TUB iT) 1  , | Fantastic | " V/f$  Seavle^Plj^lbsons^-^  aiWUjiJ-aWW'*'' ���*_  S&T - WR ��� Comm-Dev  VHF - SSB  A  MARINE  .ELECTRONIC!  \V   Across, from the  Co-op, Lower   .  Gibsons.  CDE & Browning CB  I Auth. Decca Radar Centre]  Fishing for Bargains?  'm^  Look on  this Rage  Every Week!  THE  MUPPET SHOP  CHILDREN'S WEAR  885-5255  From Infants to 14 Years  BACK TO  SCHOOL  CLOTHING  ARRIVING  DAILY I  THE DOCK,  SECHELT  IN SECHELT  THE PEACH TREE  For all your Cosmetic and  Fashion Jewelry Needs.  Hand, Nail & Footcaro Available,  Make-up Application & Facial Cleansing  For Appointment  885-3813  Orders  Taken  r7n���I   CANADIAN PROPANE  ICANAIIIAN  GAS a OIL LTD.  'Cylinder filled  * Complete line of Appliances.  * Barbecues' %  * Camping Equipment  * Qualified Serviceman  Wharf Rd., Sechelt 885-2360  Next to Bus Depot  C&S HARDWARE  We now carry  ROYAL ALBERT China  "OLD COUNTRY  ROSES" in stock.  886-9713  Not exacctly  as Illustrated.  BA BLACKTOP  "QUALITY SERVICE SINCE 1956"  ���PAVING  ���CURBS  ���DRAINAGE  FREE ESTIMATES  885-5151  East Porpoise Bay Rd.,  Sechelt     msw.   ^HJO? LTD?  "SAW FILING"  --. CARBIDE TIP  - HAND SAWS  - CIRCULAR SAWS  1297 Surf Circle, SECHELT  (BERNIE) 885-5485  .Specializing In Ladies & Mens J  Cuts & Styling,     r j  "  r jgi Coloring,  ,\       Blow Drying.  ���J    Long, soft, wash & V-  ��� ������J       wear perms.       l~-N  Hair Care tor tne entiro family.  SualTty flodkon, JhirmacK & Vldal Sossoon Products  Secret 'Beauty ScUo*t>  Open Monday to Saturday  S85-2S.B Cowrie St. |  18' MOORING LINES  BOTH ENDS SPLICED  Sechelt Building)  Supplies Ltd.  J  $7dc  "SmfC^HCtHM  <0Hmf4Mtk*C''  us im of '1mgssffltm  GIBSI  BUILDING!  SUPPLIES!  ACOMPLKTB BUILDINO SKRVIM"  ISffiS  CS��ee*ut  886-8141  Sunshine Coast  Highway, Olbions  Cent/te  >���% w 3j^ fa* SwHftfa*}  I  GIBSONS  TRAVEL  886-9255  Remember; "One  Call Doesj  It AIM"  No Extra  Cost to  You I  F*!ftT  Sunnycrest Centre,  Olbsons  MADEIRA  PARK  VARIETY STORE  Madeira Park  883-9115  *  SUMMER HOURS  B|30 am:3i30 pm  til further notice  * Local Handicraft  * Custom-made Drapes  NEW SEARS  H 6B3-951I  S&T - WR ��� Comm-Dev  \   MARINE  ELECTRONIC  VNow open In our 2nd  \llocation et Oerden  Boy Marine Services  -���..iV mH'mtmUm  CDE * Browning CB  AWCtW��WI"f^tfw*-Cent���  MADEIRA MARINA  MoaeHra Park 7883-2266  YOUR  * OMC  * MERCRUISER  * VOLVO  * EVINRUDE  SERVICE CENTRE  LINK  m*mmm%mm\mmmm%mmmV  Wmm  L * ..���  ami%   OUR NEW FALL ,  FASHIONS ARE HERE  ���   25% off Summer Stock|  MADURA PARK  883-2315  .mmmmmm  883-2585  AC RENTALS &  BUILDING SUPPLIES  SEE OUR  FISHER FIREPLACE INSERTS  I u..ii^J*jSijU*lJ=3ilS!  ruj.i^ajjtsK-j;^  ���:*>y-y  yX.:_::.y.;_._:.  T~T7"  r-yr  y-j-> ���*j-*,v^  sr  ���avean  *������".  ���7nvWiWtT-rm' '<���*',>'��>;-': '<* ;*-  ��� ������---'���������'- -jy       -- "  <;fJltm*mimilUm^<,'p^ .  /���,  "7''1 ���'fVf"*rttl?  **-  Section C.  Wednesday, August 29,1979  Pages 1-8  Milstead, Budd battle  extra hole for winner  By ERNIE HUME  Tom Milstead and Jim Budd battled an  extra, hole last Sunday in the Senior Mens  Sunshine Coast Golf Tournament to decide  the winner. Jim Budd sank his par putt to  win this yew's championship. Tommy-  Milstead took the runner-up spot. Both  men shot a gross 36 hole score of 155.  In the 0 to 20 handicap flight, Jack  Anderson came in with a net 134, with Ted  Kurluk carding a low net of 136.  The low net score of the tournament  was scored by Cliff Sangster with a low net  131. In the same 21 and over handicap  flight Carl Nelson, one of our oldest and  popular members, shot 142 for 36 holes.  The Ladies 36 hole Championship  Tournament was played August 21st .and  22nd. The leader for the first day's play  was Lil Bullied,' who went on to turn in a  first class score of 159 for 36 holes and an  easy win of the Ladies Championship.  Runner-up was Virginia Douglas with a  score of 172.  In the first flight of 0 to 29 handicap was  -Betty Turnball with a net score of 139,  followed by Doreen Mathews with 140.  .Second flight 30 to 36 low net winner was  Hazel Wright with a score of IM, lowest  net of the tournament. Helen Millburn took  second with a 143.  '- - A small group journeyed^) Squamish  Golf Course Thursday for an enjoyable  day's golfing/ The fairways and greens  require a great deal of attention to come  up to our standard at Sunshine Coast. With  the amount of material located at the tees,  it is obvious that this upgrading is in  progress. The usual Squamish hospitality  was' extended to us all.  Water skiing on the Coast  Water skiing is a sport that has gained an  ever increasing following since its introduction from France to America some  40 years ago. On the Sunshine Coasp^ie  waters of the Jervis Inlet and other  protected waters nuike for excellent  skiing. As long as the proper safety  precautions are followed it can be as safe  as it is fun.  The first and foremost precaution is  that there should always be one person to  drive the boat and a different person to  watch over the skiier. The person running  the boat must be careful not to get  distracted watching the skiier, and instead  watch for obstructions. As the controller of  the boat is the most crucial safety  element, it is important that he is a  responsible and capable person. Tell him  to avoid sharp turns and to go at a steady  speed/  The most important skill to be learnt in  the sport of water skiing is the ability to  maintain your balance under all conditions^  Slowly rise from a crouching position,  and stand while the boat accelerates. Once  again, remember to balance your weight.  CALL  "Fully Insured & Licensed"  Days 883-2722 Pender Harbour Eves. 883-2682  a  4  a  -\  SUNSHINE COAST Golf and Country  Glub -ladies���champion-Lil���Bullied-  receives trophy from Wilma Sim on  Wednesday. She won with a 159 gross  score.  Be your own weatherman while boating  Advertising.^  helps you judge  good from bad.  "Everyone complains about the  weather but no one does anything about  it." How often have you heard that  statement? And how often have you  wished you could do something about it?  Now you can.  .  You can't do anything to change it, but  you can predict weather fairly accurately.  by observingnaturalindicators. Here are  a few suggestions from the experts at  Allied Boating .Association which can be  put into practice at home and which will  help you make the the most out of good  boating weather.  First, they recommend you keep an  inexpensive weather station set up in your  BY KNOWING ahead of time what  you can expect in the weather  department, you increase your  chances of enjoying your days out on  the water. Here are a few tips on  weather forecasting that will make  you an expert in the eyes of your  friends.  yard. Two- instruments "are' needed? "A ~  recording barometer will tell you the  atmospheric pressure and how  it has  changed, while a wind vane will show wind  direction.  Falling barometric pressure indicates  weather change within the next 24 hours,  usually for the worst. Rising pressure  rindicgtes clwDgeTusually for the better. Jr  wmd vane predicts from where the change  will likely come.  In addition, ABC suggests you make a  simple study of cloud formations and  shapes. Three types will forecast rain in  the near future. ,  Nimbostratus are low, uniform clouds  whose base is less than 2,000 feet above the  ground; They signal steady, light rain to  come.  Cumulus congestus clouds are heavy,  white to gray, puffy clouds with round tops  and flat bases, packed thickly together.  They forecast moderate to heavy rain  within a few hours.  Comulonimbus are an extension of  congestus; Their mass rises in the sky  sometimes to 50,000 feet. They have an  anvil shape, are gray to black and warn  you that heavy thunderstorms are on the  way-  Compare barometric pressure, wind  direction and clouds and you have a good  chance of predicting the boating weather.  CANADIAN ADVERTISING ADVISORY BOARD  We are pleased  to announce  a New Service  to The Coast  GEORGE'S  .q Mobile Home Services Ltd.  V We specialize in ...  k\\ ��� full set-up of mobile homes  S! ��� relevelling mobile homes  fj|        ��� resealing rooves  M -^  3   cut 885-3733  ^ George Eberle  a   After six  O)  WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE  that the MEMBERS SALE that was held  MONDAY 27th AUGUST  is as of WEDNESDAY 29th AUGUST  BEING EXTENDED to the GENERAL PUBLIC  5^  (Utd  A FULL  i I Ji.'.ilrt in ii iu  i in pi i >| i.iMy  ���Iiihi: (in  en    lin .ium'  u  I I 11   I 1,11 I ���,    I.  imi !y lui ,i new mil lilt'i   Ynii i  mhi Mid IIki  I IimIci will <|ivp yi  15%  EVERYTHING ��� the STORE  ��� GENERAL MEETING - 30th AUGUST  ��� Don't forget our monthly  family allowance contest  FREE INSPECTION  ��� We sell block  & party ice  90* bag  We Rosorvo the Right to,Limit Quontltlstt"        >'  CO-OP  \ j. ^i ��� <j> ���_*��� av3Kl*Jfi TTf^x>-j-i  ���*3t*-S** ���!��������������-���.^SXOiiwCi  !7^  jU^jruaiVi^>ai4^'a^aHy'K��to>a��w^  , August 29  -���   CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 5  CHANNEL 6   .  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Vatican Affair  Fllntstones  Funorama  Confd.  4:00  This is Law  ��6,000,000  Man  Coronets -  Sanford & Son  Mike Douglas  Cont'd.  Sesame Street  Munsters  Confd.  Spiderman  Cont'd.  4:30  N.F.B. Film  ContU  Price ls  Cont'd.  Cont'd.-.- '  ; Confd.  GUUgan's Island  GiUigan's  Island  5:00  Part FamUy '  AU In FamUy  News  Make Me Laugh  Right ���,-  News  Hollywood  Mr. Rogers  I Love Lucy  Brady Bunch  News  5:30  Cont'd.  News  News          '  Cont'd.  Wlnsday  Electric Co..  Dick Van Dyke  Eddie's Father  Confd.  6:00  6:30  News  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd,  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Once Upon   Dick Cavett  -Andy -Griffith- -  Match Game -  $20,000 Pyramid-  Family Feud  Cont'd.  Mary T. Moore  Confd.  My 3 Sons  7:00  Mary T. Moore  P.M.  Northwest  Seattle  Hollywood  Newlywed Game  Starsky  News  Andy Griffith  Joker's  WUd  Vancouver  Cont'd.  7:30  BasebaU:  Hollywood  Tic Tac Dough  BasebaU:  Johnny Cash  & Hutch  8 Is Enough  Dad's Army  Meeting  Bob Newhart "  '79 Disco  Tic Tac Dough  Newlywed Gam*  8:00  Houston at  8 .Is Enough  Real People  Houston at  Youth Special  Confd.  8:30  Montreal  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Montreal  Cont'd.  Confd.  Of Minds  Music Awards  Merv Griffin  Confd.  9:00  Cont'd.  Charlie's Angels  Movie:  Cont'd.  Confd.  Charlie's  The Tender  -Confd.  Confd.  Superstunts  9:30  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Night They  Cont'd.  Confd.  Angels  Land  >   Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  10:00  Cont'd.  Vega$  Took Miss  Cont'd.  Confd.  Vega?  Cont'd,  News  Peyton Place  Confd.  10:30  Week in BaU  Cont'd.  Beautiful  Week In Ball  Confd.  Cont'd,  Confd.  Love Am. Style  Report  Confd.  11:00  News  News  News  News  News  News  Faces Of  Chico & Man -  Dr. in House  Sports Page  11:30  Cont'd.  Police Woman  Tonight  Cont'd.  Tennis  Confd.  Communism  Gong Show  Late Movie  Confd.  Thursday; August 30  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 5  CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7-  ~    CHANNEL 8  - CHANNEL 9  CHANNEL 11  ���  CHANNEL" 12 ���  -CHANNEL 13-'  12:00  SunVmer  All My Children  Days-Of  News  News _  News  \ Daytime  News  Donahue  All My  12:30*  Unlimited  Confd.  Our Lives  Ida Clarkson  As the  Alan Hamel  Programs  Adam-12  Confd.  Children  1:00  Medicine  Show  1 Life To Live  The Doctors  Marcus Welby  World Turns  Cont'd.  Discontinued  Movie:  M.A.S.H.  Vancouver  1:30  From Now On  Confd.  Another World  Confd.  Guiding Light.  Another'  for Summer  Man Who  Love of Life  Confd.  2:00  Edge of Night  General  Confd.     .  Air. Dressup  Confd.  World  Wouldn't  AU In FamUy  Confd.  2:30  30 From  Hospital  Tic Tac Dough  Take 30  M.A.S.H.  Cont'd.  Die  Dating Game .  Hillbillies  .Cont'd.  3:00  Afternoon  Merv Griffin  Movie:  Afternoon  Dinah  Movie: .  That'U Be  Popeye  CaUan  3:30  Delight  Confd.  Impossible  Delight  Confd.  Fllntstones  Funorama  ContU  -4:00-  This Is-Law   Kids Only  $6,000,000 Man   -  Years    ���  Sanford- & Son  -Mike- Douglas : .  .JheJJay.  Sesame Street _  _Munsters_  .Confd.  .    _   _.  .Spiderman  4:30  Confd.    .  Cont'd. ���  Price ls Right  Cont'd;  Confd.  Confd.  GUUgan's  Island  GUUgan's  Island  Bewitched  5:00  Part. FamUy  News  Make Me Laugh  Confd.  News  $6,000,000 Man  Mr. Rogers  I Love Lucy  Brady Bunch  News  5:30  All in FamUy  Confd.  News  News  Confd.  Confd.  Electric  Co.  Dick Van Dyke  Eddie's Father  Confd.  6:(i0  News  Confd.  Confd.  Cont'd.  Confd.  News  Once Upon  Bewitched  Fishing Report  520,000 Pyramid  6:30  Confd.  Confd.  Cont'd.  Confd.  Mary T. Moore  Cont'd.  Dick Cavett  My 3 Sons  Match Game  FamUy Feud  7:00  Mary T. Moore  Bonkers  Horseman  Seattle "  Movie:  Newlywed- Game  Angie  News -   "  Andy Griffith  Joker's WUd  Vancouver -  7:30  Riding By  Tic Tac Dough  Savage  Joker's WUd  Magic Dragon  Stepping Out  Bob Newhart  Tic Tao Dough  Confd.  8:00  Mork & Mindy  Lav. & Shirley  Project  UFO   -,  Wind  The Waltons  The  Waltons  National  Adam 12  Newlywed Game  Lav. & Shirley  8:30  King Kens.  Angle  Confd.  Cont'd.   >  Cont'd.  Confd.  Geographic  Donna Fargo  Merv Griffin  1 Day At Time  9:00  Edward VII  Barney   MUler  Quincy  Cont'd.  Hawaii 5-0  Hawaii   5-0  Being Human  Confd.  Creatures  Great  Dolly  Confd.  Shirley Bassey  Cont'd.  9:30  Confd.  Soap  Conf di. -  Confd.  St SmaU  Pop  Country  Cont'd.  10:00  Dallas    -  Cont'd.  Mrs.   Columbo  Barnaby   Jones  Barnaby  Sweepstakes  10 Who Dared  News  Peyton Place  -Elton John  10:30  Confd.  Cont'd.  Confd.  Parti  Jones  Confd.  Cont'd.  Love Am.  Style  Report  Cont'd  11:00  National News  News  News  News  -  News  News  Cinema  B.C.  Chlco & Man  Dr.  In  House  Sports Page  11:30  Night  Final  St.  & Hutch  Tonight Show  Confd.  U.S. Open Ten.  Cont'd.  Freddy  Fender  Gong Show  U.S.  Open Ten.  Confd.  Page C-2       %  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 29,71979  No. 1 IN COLOR T.V.  Now Open Mondays-Saturday, 9:30 am-5:30 pm  ��� SUNSHINE COAST T.Vr^���  ^^^  STEREO & APPLIANCES  ���".��" IN THE ^P OF SECHELT cowr.s,  AFTER THE SALE IT IS THE SERVICE THAT COUNTS  Friday, August 31  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 5  CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12  CHANNEL 13  12:00 Summer All My  12:30 Unlimited Children  1:00 Medicine   Show 1 Life  1:30 From Now On to  Live  Days of  Our Lives  The Doctors  Another  World  News '  Ida Clarkson  Marcus  Welby  Confd.  News  as World  Turns  Guiding Light  News  Alan Hamel  Confd.  Another  Daytime  Programs  Discontinued  for Summer  News  Adam 12  Movie:  Out Of  Donahue  Confd.  M.A.S.H.  Love Of Life  AU My  ChUdren  Vancouver  Cont'd,  2:00 Edge of Night  2:30 30 From  3:00 Afternoon  3:30 Delight  General  Hospital  MerV Griffin  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Movie:  Flamingi  Mr.  Dressup  Take 30  Afternoon  Delight  Confd.  M.A.S.H.  Dinah  Cont'd.  World  Confd.  Movie:  Savage Seven  Sight  Confd.  Popeye  Fllntstones  All In FamUy  Dating Game  HUlbiUles.  1 Funorama  Oceans AUve  Caught  In Act  CaUan  Confd.  4:00     This ls Law  4:30 Mr. .Dressup,.  5:00     Part. FamUy  -5:-30 All-in-Family���  6:00      News  6:30     Confd  7:00     Mary T. Moore  7:30     B.C. Artists  $6,000,000  Man   News  -Gonfd.   Star  Cont'd.  Make Me"Laugn~  -News   Sanford & Son  Price ls Right  Cont'd.���    ���  _News_   Mike Douglas  ��� Cont'd.  News ��� ' - -   -  _cojita.   Cont'd.  Confd.  -Champ, ~  --Confd.   Sesame Street  Confd.  Mr. Rogers���   Electrlc_Ca.   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Newlywed Game  Merv Griffin  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  At The Forum  Cont'd.  10:00     Take 30 Yesterday  10:30     Cdn. Authors        Behind  "11:00���I'tatlonar-News���-News   11:30     Night Fimd Soap  Edidle Capra  Mysteries  -News-  Wonder .  Woman  ���Ngws   Tonight Show       Cont'd.  Dallas  Confd.  -News-  Rockford  Files  -News-  U.S- Open Ten.     Cont'd.  Swing  Festival  -Austln-Clty-  Confd.  News  Love Am.  Style  -Ghloo-&-MBn   Gong  Show  Peyton Place  Report  -Dr.���in���House���  U.S.  Open Ten.  Eddie Capra  Mysteries  -Sports-Page-  Confd.  iji'tlicU   ^District  v^hambei* ol L^c  icmiDet* or K^ommerce  NEW CAR DRAW  1st PRIZE - NEW 1979 CHEVROLET COMPACT  2nd PRIZE - TRIP TO RENO for two for 1 week  3rd PRIZE - CAR STEREO  Proceeds to be used for Chamber of  Commerce New Home plus to promote  business, etc. in the Sechelt area.  *������*������*���������*������������������*  :DRAW ON LABOUR DAY:  ******************  Tjckets Tickets available at  ^$5.00 each       your local merchants  Saturday, September 1  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  ���      CHANNEL 5  CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12  CHANNEL 13  12:00  12:30  1:00  1:30  Sports  weekend  Confd.  Confd.  Am.    Bandstand  Action  Bonkers  Game of Week  BasebaU:  Teams  T.B.A.  Cont'd.  Sportsweekend  Confd.  Confd.  ���Cont'd.  Space   Academy  Fat  Albert  U.S. Open  Tennis   '  Feel Like  Dancin'  Joyce KeUy  McGowan  Fall of Eagles  Confd.  Shakespeare  Plays  Movie:  Munster  Go Home  Confd.  Space Academy  , Fat Albert  Perspective  Outlook  100 Huntley bt.  Cohfd.  Merrle  Melodies  Private Life.  2:00  2:30 .  3:00  3:30  Cont'd,  Cont'd.,  Mr. Chips  Reach or Top  Soccer:  NASL   Playoff  Game   '  Confd.  Sportsworld  Confd.  Wis. In BaU  Movie:  Confd.  Confd.  Golden Years  Travel  . Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Confd.  Cont'd.  Discover  You Tell Us  Wrestling  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Cont'd,  Movie:  Movie:" ~  Bride &  The Beast  Confd.  WTHub" "'"��� "���-  Confd.  Honeymooners  Monkees  ��Money Talks'-"  .WrestUng.  Confd:    ���-  '  - Gastown  4:00  4:30  5:00  5:30  Movie:  T.B.A.  Confd.  Confd.  Cont'd.  Confd.  World  of Sports  Red Line  7000  Confd.  News  Marcus Welby  Confd.  Discover  Cap. Comment  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  -Cont'd.  Cont'd,  World Of  Sports  Cont'd.  Confd.  Passionate  Friends  Evening  at Pops  Twilight Zone  Confd.  Bionic  Woman  Funorama  Our Gang  Ruff House  I Love Lucy  Theatre  Confd.  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Moora  Ueach For Top  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  FootbaU:.  conirar  Cont'd.  Seaatla  Sanford  Price .Is  Confd.  Newa  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Another  World  Confd.  Football:  Edmonton at  Calttary  Coni'd.  Coni'd.  CHANNIL ��  Daytlma  Programs  Dltcontlnusd  for aummsr  CHANNIL 11  Jerry Lewis  Telethon  Cont'd,  Cont'd.  CHANNIL 12  Donahue  Confd. .  Jacques  Cousteau  Son  Iht  Confd.  Confd.  News  Cont'd.  TRW"  1��|M  11|M  "WKiie  Shadow  ltuburgh   vs      Tic Tao Douph  JNsw England  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Ii  Mat.  his Land  National Naws  Night rirf��j  TTaws  Please Stand Dy  Movie:  Starsky A Hutch  Little House  on the Pralrla  Movla:  Overboard  Oonfd.  Chopper  Squad  News  Tonight Show  Little Housa  on the Praltio  Lawrence  Walk  Cont'd.  Newlywed Gama  Jokers Wild  Conf37  Hollywood  10,000,000  Man  Moors  I at  ���WKfK  Shadow  m.a!s,h.  W.K.R.P.  "JTawa  "wSm^'HV Una  Head. Hunters  Seisms Street  Cont'd.  Mr. Rogers  Electric Co.  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Cont'd.  w  Nsws  Cont'd.  *  Lou Grsvit  Confd.  Naws  U.S. Open Tan.  Sword of  Justice  Luarus  Syndrome  Once Upon  pick Cavatt  News  Strike of '34  Dugs Hunny  Cont'd.  AU American  Futurity  All in Family  Dating Qame  Hillbillies  Funorama  CHANNIL 13  All My Cnl.Ure4  Cont'd.  Movie:  anlsh  Sp  -23  ..fair  Cont'd,  "Odd Couple  ���W^sssr  Bob Newhart  Confdi  Ollllgan's  Drady Bunch  Eddle'a Father      Cont'd.  Odd Couple  PatUp o|F Wan'U  Fllntstones  Island  Carol  Burnett  News  rnnsl  1  (BoiiPar  Cont'd,  Naws  Cont'd.  ��IU Moyer  Cont'd.  PolctasTk  Conf  CO  r  J hen Host  omca In  Union Maid*  Cont'd.  Outdo For  Married  Man  ndy Griffith  etch a��mo  Joker's Wild  Tlo Tao Dough  Chlco  Newlywod Qame  Merv Orltfln  Confd.  Cont'd.  Family TSudf  Dob Newhart  Vancouver -  Cont'd.  & Man  Denny JIIU  Love Am  5'eylon riace  teport  foOTE   iont'd.  Movlei  Overboard  Style  uVop'ir-8  fan.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Sports Page  Cont'd.   ^  Tuesday, September 4  CHANNIL 2  (J minuted  CHANNIL 4  CHANNILI  CHANNIL m  CHANNIL 7  CHANNILI  1iM    Medicine  Show  1:10    From Now On  gum. _  S'roJt!. For _Tom.   Cont  M  aii jiy wouuran  .yays of  One Life  to Live  Another World  Aiwa  Ida Clatkion  jedM of Night  30 From  Afternoon  i..,ls'"ia Law' '  "   '     j  at r<��ssa*4  Sonaral  o.plUl  Marv arlffln  ��onfd  Montreal at  SF  Movlei  Idl  Marcus  Welby  ���rv arlffln ,      Movie:  an Cont'd.  Mr, Draiaup  t��k�� 90  Afternoon .  iNslW*  As tho  World Turns  Quidiny Light  Nawa ���  Alan Hamel  Cont'd.  Another '  Cont'd,  oronto  onf<  ontV  Cont'd.  onft  Cont'd.  Make Ma  Nawa  Laugh  fflr  light  football!  lontraal at  .Mbi.  Haumatau  Plnah  oronto  JontM.  ni'd.  'WW'  Cont'd,  Nawa  wsSalasffti  TH  Movlei  Web  CHANNIL t  Daytime  Proarami  Discontinued  for' Bummer  CHANNIL 11  ANaWa  dam-12  ovles  Massacre   CHANNIL 12  Donahue  Cont'd,  M.A.S.H.  Lova Of Ufa  I  Of  ,ary T. Moora  ewlywed qame  Violence  Confd.  poo .000  mmJSmmmtMtmitn  Sesame Street  Confd.  ir. Rogers  Jlllon  I'opayo  Banana Bollta  saws  >ewnrislht Dlioo  on lea  tinii bunny  Cont'd.  ava to Deav'r  Boirttchad  ._... tii^ jfamlly  baling Oama  HillblUlaa  Funorama.  CHANNIL 13  cMChUrtr,n  Movie:  ��\*_m?rt,.   )nce upon  )lck Cavatt  tfows  Newsmakers  TvUfHT  asm:  Ollllgan'a  ffl:  Odd Couple  Battle of Wan'U  SCHOOL BOARD  2nd and 4th Thursday of each month. _~^  Meeting 7:30 p.m.  '____: ,~i*\n,'a, ' nTTaaawssasiassasaiia    sin  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  Regular Council Meeting ��� September 18th  Planning Committee Meeting ��� October lit  ��� Municipal Hall, Olbsons - 7 p.m.  VILLAGE OF SECHELT  Regular Council Meeting .*- Sept. 5th Cancelled  m X" Reaulqr Council Meeting September 19th        V  * 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month ���- Planning Committee  ���PUBLIC HEARING Wednesday September 12th ���Senior Citizens Hajll  r 7 p.m.  JiOf Cont'd.                 P.M. Northwest    (Seattle                Cont'd.        \        Newlywed qame Downrisiht Dlioo Naws                   Ajwo  im Confd. Sua Na Na Tlo Tao Dough    Cont'd.       Joker's WUd        Stars on lea Newsmakers         Sp��c<  I.J6 Hows  flippy Tt.vs m '      Sandfly ,l1W^WXlL��l'TaWI^  ti3l 1'art,  Family Tail VIH Name, The Walking ��P**�� TfP rati ' Downstairs Cont1  i5ig 'thy doodias         dtsrsky *   ,        ftui'��r                 iKioF                   ConW.                 4uinoy IJfonnlas             Wawi  1O1IO Cafa lUbou          Ijutoh                  Cont'd,                 Confd.                 Cont'd.                 Cont'd. Movie:                 Chlot  jfe*. Wtffinr*'   FjjpMW " Sff!>ftyff,7l?'?^l 'Pyppan Tan, ,;&%,   ,,      feft��f4 ,-'.'.ftS  Couple  liar  rady Bunoh  - He's Father  _, Fllntitonea  Island  Carol tiurnati  Hogan's   ilaroas  Arfdy Qrlfflth.  Soccer:   �� Falace  ynt'f  . 'OriWIaF  latoh o��ma  Joker's Wild  Tie Taa Dough  Nawlywad ^ama  Merv Orif  ConiPd.  h<r Wffl!  '!mPit m  "News  Chloo sk Man  OatnuyllUL, .  Love Am Style  -aaa*  oriffin  Peyton Placa  Report  Dr,, In  House  ��� Viffj ^gffl.^Ri  imlly Feud  . pb Newhart  Vancouver  Cont'd.      840 Itobart  "donPar  Cont'd!  Page  T  r  I x^^^asLOJxax^aies^3Ji_a^ie_^i tte^aiiH^ij-j^^iiH^TiTt'awjjOT^  nno-TasimcAicmaiuisweMJA ii^-jj^j^ji-��'"  iaa\USxr,*��ti4��ti^A1  **iwtiLa3Wi��Ka��airiiis_.ki-si��;,aj  Is the bike you ride safe?  How do you know if the bike you are  riding is safe? The best way of determining whether or not your bicycle has  met the tough requirements of the  Canadian Standards Association (CSA) is  to look for the mark on the seat post just  above the pedals.  CSA began testing bikes about a year  ago "and certified ones are now on the  marketplace, but beware, the program is  voluntary everywhere but in Manitoba.  " not end. We then begin our re-examination  program where we make unannounced  visits to the  manufacturing  plant  to  ascertain if the manufacturer is continuing to make bicycles that meet the  standard".  "NOBODY HERE but me and the seagull," says Ron Kennedy who was fishing off the Government Whsirf in  " Gibsons last weekr ~    " ~     ~~ -- - -   -  REFLECTIONS  A classic worth reading  By VERN GIESBRECHT  At least a dozen years have passed  since the television version of Arthur  Miller's Death of a Salesman was  presented, but I've never been able to  tot-get the incredible performances of Lee  J. Cobb as Willy Loman and Mildred  punnock as his long-suffering wife, Linda. .  7jdisometeason Lhad-neverEeacLth&play. _  ^Until this week. I'm glad I didn't wait any  .longer.  Written .30 years ago by a playwright  who has never received the popularity  accorded trendier writers, such as Neil  Simon. Death of a Salesman is almost  painful to read, because it deals unsparingly with .the death of dreams and  hope, which killed Willy Loman long  before his physical demise.  Willy Loman is a tragic figure, a  dogged, vain saleman whose reward after  35 years, is to be stripped of his salary and  sent out on the road again on straight  commission.  "Did you knock them dead, Pop?" asks  his son Biff, a petty thief who's drifted  from job' to job and can't seem to avoid  arguments with Willy.  "Knocked 'em cold in Providence,  slaughtered 'em in Boston," replies Willy  with false bravado, but when his wife gets  out pencil and paper to figure out his  commission, his "five hundred gross in  Providence, seven hundred gross in  Boston" are gradually reduced to "Well,  no - it came to - roughly two hundred gross  on the whole trip."  Later, Willy confides to his wife, sadly,  "You know, the trouble is, people don't  seem to take to me. I don't know the  reason for it, but they Just pass me by. I'm  not noticed."  If there's one thing Willy Loman wants,  it's to be noticed, to be a big shot, to have  buyers say (as they once used to), " 'Willy  Loman is here!' Tliat'8 all they have to  know, and I go right through."  Near the end of the play, after Willy has  lapsed more and more into daydreams and  conversations with characters from his  past ��� his sons Biff and Happy when they  were young and eager, both built like  Adonises; his broUicr Ben, who made a  fortune in Alaska and urged Willy to join  him; the woman he went to when he was  lonely on tho road; his friend Charley, who  lent him money every month in the lost  years ��� near the end Willy is still hoping  to be noticed. Contemplating suicide, as he  has frequently, Willy visualizes the crowds  at his funeral: "They'll como from Maine,  Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire 1 All the old-timers with tho strange  license plates ��� that boy (Biff) will be  thunderstruck,: becausehehevet reallred  ��� I am known I"  Like tholr father, Biff and Happy are  unhappy and confused, hoping for  something better but not sure how to get it.  Happy is successful In business, at least,  with plenty of money, his own apartment,  a car and no shortage of what he calls  "gorgeous creatures". Yet he's as  miserable as his older brother Biff, a onetime football her who's tried 20 or 30 jobs  and says, 'Tvo always made a point of not  wasting my life, and every time 1 come  bock homo I know that all I've done Is to   ���ww^a>"fBy*ll��e��***  _ "We form two basketball teams, see?"  says Happy. "Two water polo teams. We  play each other. It's a million dollars'  worth of publicity. Two brothers, see? The  Loman Brothers. Displays in the Royal  Palms ��� all the hotels. And banners over  the ring and the basketball court: "'Loman  Brothers.' Baby, could we sell .sporting  goodsl!!.  The family has a final, bitter argument  the next day, Biff, who grows in stature as  the play progresses, forces Willy to admit  that he is no longer the football hero who  do no wrong ("Like a young god.  can  Willy: "That is a one-million-dollar  idea!"  Linda: "Marvellous!"  Of course, the great .scheme remains  just that. The next day, Biff is to see a  former employer about a job, then he and  Happy will meet their father for lunch.  The scene in the restaurant is perhaps  the most poignant in the play. While  waiting for Biff, Happy has smoothly  picked up two women. Biff arrives, very  distressed because he waited six hours to  see a man about a saleman's job, was  turned down after a one-minute interview,  and then stole the man's fountain pen  when left alone in the room.  Willy shows up, looking shattered  because he's been fired after grovelling  for a selling job in town for $40 a week, and  desperate for something hopeful to tell  Linda. Biff tries to tell him what happened  but Willy is so naively hopeful that Biff lies  and hints that further meetings are  planned. Eventually they leave their  father, vomiting in the bathroom and go  off with the girls.  Hercules - something like that. And the  sun, the sun all around him" is how Willy  .remembersllif^in his football days.), but  h shiftlesWbum7who "stole myself out of  This means that certified bikes can be sold  next to non-certified ones.  So far, five manufacturers have been  authorized by CSA to display the mark on  their products. They are: CCM Ltd.,  Weston, Ontario; Procycle Inc., St.  Georges de Beauce, Quebec; Raleigh  Industries of Canada Ltd., Toronto Ontario; Universal Bicycles Ltd., Montreal,  Quebec; Victoria Precision Works Co.  Ltd., Montreal Quebec.  The bicycles have been tested in accordance with GSA Starfdard DU3.1-1975,  Safety Standard for Regular Bicycles. It  does not apply to specially designed racing  bicycles which are used for competitive  purposes, or small children's bicycles  which are intended to be used in a park, on  a driveway or private property. A "child's  bicycle' is considered to be one on which  the seat is not more than 25 inches above  ground level in its highest position.  CSA's Committee on Bicycles, which  developed "the standard, consists of  representatives from retail stores, bicycle  clubs, various safety leagues and councils  from across Canada, police forces, consumers and manufacturers. The Com-  rnittee was formed as a result of a jury  recommendation and at the request of the  Ontario Traffic Conference.  The standard contains requirements  for frames, brakes, chain guards, seats,  pedals, tires, instruction manuals and  lighting. Manufacturers are required to  meet this standard in the Province of  Manitoba.  "Bikes bearing the CSA mark have  successfully passed a series of gruelling  tests", explains Jack Leeming,  CSA's  _jiirectojr_oJL certification. _"We_subject tbe__  Limm��io_ajdynamic_fQrc^injQrderJLamakfi   sure the joints will stand up. We also test  the frame and seat post by applying an 800  pound load and ride the bike up to a speed  of 15 miles per hour and slam on the  brakes in both dry and wet conditions.  If the bike fails to stop within 50 feet, it  -failsthe-test-and-wonH-becertifiedrOnce���  the bikes have received certification, the  manufacturer is allowed to place our mark  on his product. By doing this he is telling  consumers that his product has been  tested and complies with governing  standards of an independent organization  ��� namely, CSA. Once a manufacturer  receives certification, the program' does  Attend  the Church  of  your choice  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  Service and Sunday School each Sunday  at 11:30 a.m., Wednesday Evenings 7:30.  All in St. John's United Church.  Davis Bay  Phone  885-3157, 886-7882,  Sechelt P.O. Box 1514  UNITED CHURCH  9:30a.m.���St. John's. Wilson Creek.  11:15 a.m.- Gibsons  We've been around for some tirfie now, but if "word-of-mouth"  hasn't yet reached you, we think you might like to know about some  of the low maintenance aluminum products and the energy saving  (and money saving!) products we install.  [seamless}  5" CONTINUOUS  ALUMINUM GUTTERS  ��� Other Aluminum Products we offeMncluderSiding(also vinyl),  Facia & Soffit Covers, Awnings & Canopies and Railings.  BORDEN  INSULSPRAY  foamed-in-place INSULATION ��� for wal Is  NON FLAMMABLE/NON TOXIC/ HIGHLY EFFECTIVE  MACHINE BLOWN LOOSE-FILL INSULATION ��� for ceilings  DOUBLE SEALED  INSULATING GLASS  * Sealed Unit Conversions and Window Replacements   '  * Patio Doors Converted to Double Glazing   * inside Storm Windows & Doors  Call us today for a free estimate  I  "^r Box 1418. Sechelt  Ron McGuinness  885-3311  ��� insulation-thermal windows- aluminum products*  every good job since high school."  Just before the end, Biff sums up both -  of them: "I am not a leader of men, Willy,  and neither are you. You were never  anything but a hard working drummer  who landed in the ash can like all the rest  of them! . . . I tried seven states and  couldn't raise a dollar and hour ... Pop,  I'm nothing, Pop... I'm just what I am,  that's all."  When Biff breaks down and sobs, Willy  says in astonishment, "Isn't that  remarkable? Biff, he likes me! . . . He  cried! Cried to me. That boy is going to be  magnificent!"  Then Willy is lost in daydreams again,  telling Biff how to kick the football, trying  to find the sounds and faces and voices  that seem to swarm around him, as he  dies.  Death of a Saleman is a play one  doesn't easily forget. It portrays delusions  and hopes and despair with tremendous  , power and truth. This is one classic that is  definitely worth reading. Don't wait as  long as I did.  .**^S2*Ltt  Sunnycrost Contro  Gibsons  886-9111  l^u^lna^kpavenU'lrtaieforawlille,  the brothers, who are In their early 30s,  divert a raging family argument by  outlining a scheme to Mil sporting goods  by Riving a series of exhibitions.  LW TW  ; 1 1 ! Won! You Ttf Want Me 7, ��� ,'::.. 777,7.;; 77.  '.2 2 You Tak* My Breath Away   3 3 When You're In Lov* With a B*aut|��ul Woman  5 4 Gold   9 5 IWasMad*ForLovln'You   7 6 Ji/UWb*nlN**d*dYouMost ,., ,...  10 7 Does Your Mother Know   4 8 Shin* A LlttU Love    6 9 Logical Song       16 10 MySharona   13 "11 BodGfrls .,,;....',.���;,.  ,77...  7,7,,,,.,,:,  14 13 Armageddon   0 13 We Are Family   20 14 Born To De Alive           21 13 Goodbye Stranger   19 16 Getting Closer    16 17 Mama Can't Buy You Love   23 IB Weekend   11 19 Chuck E's In Love    15 20 HatStuH    12. 21. Shi RiliYi* In Mi ,,,,,  ,,,,,  29 22 li She Really Going Out With Him .,.  24 23 Nobody    29 24 Let's Go   17 23 love Taket Time   30 26 Th* Devil Wept Down to Oatorgla ,,.  - 28 Bod Case of Loving You   ~ *"iir-t)on*tBrlriBMiOownTv;,',r7.7,7,7,  ~ 30 Pilot  ",   v  ;."���;'7,7:Cheap Trick*   Rox Smith   Dr. Hook   , John Stewart   Kin  .Randy Van warmer   Abba   E.L.O.   Supertramp   The Knack  ,, Donna Summer   Prism   Sliter Sledge  Patrick Hernandez   Supartramp   Wings   Elton John   Wet Willi*   Rlckl Lee Jones  .,., Donna Summer  ,  ,, .Kenny Rodgers   Joe Jackson   , .Doucelte   Cars   Orleans  .,, .Charlie Daniels  . RotiiiflT^meT"  T777Trr,t.l.O.'~  ...tonTho^a.  F nlili  FISHING  SPECIAL!  '1,679-  (������til September 6th, 1979)  12' LUND  CAR TOPPER  20 H.P.  MERCURY 0/B  DAY TANK  5 GALS 50-1 FUEL  (>2<xr LESS WITH A 9.8 MERCURY)  ���:'  @o4a> t7H<xni*ta  _gpn ,  M ADEIRA PARK (PENDER HBR���) 883"2Z4o p*  '^;\ m.1 Jjan.Ki."i.  The Peninsula Times  Driver performance now  ICBC's key  The past performance of drivers is  becoming a key factor in earning the Safe  Driving Vehicle Discount.  Robbie D, Sherrell; President of the  Insurance Corporation of British  Columbia in elaborating on the change,  ELIZABETH BROWN, a massage  and hydro therapy expert has just opened a clinic called Cedar Cottage.  '-   -  r~��������� She "is- also a qualified nurse -and- teacher:      ~~  ON WE COAST  Massage therapy courses  ByEVIBLUETH      "  Elizabeth BrDwn, a massage and hydro  therapy expert, just opened a small clinic  adjoining her hjome on Chaster Rd.  Aside from having completed three  separate massage therapy courses  Elizabeth is also a qualified nurse and  teacher. She set up the Cedar''Cottage  Clinic May 12 and has already treated  many people. She prefers to have patients,  referred to her by their doctors and feels it  TsTmportanjt for there to be a liaison  between therapist and practitioner. She  says, "Specialists should always be  compiling information together. This kind  of co-operation is important in the medical  profession."  Elizabeth feels that in our society  UALfMOON INN  ..    & SERVICES        885.5500  GAS & DIESEL PUMPS  & TOW TRUCK SERVICE  * RESTAURANT OPEN   '  ���TUESDAYS-SUNpAYS r  ��������   Lunch}:ll:30-l:30ip.m. 'r  Dinner: 4:30-10 p.m.  Smorgasbord: Frl, Sat, Sun  The CLARKSONS  8 miles north of Sechelt-Hwy 101  VISA  people often choose the quick cure  methods. She says, "In the western world  people want things quickly. No one can  afford to be ill. People will hesitate to try  massage therapy because it is so much  easier to get a pill.  "Massage therapy requires time,  patience and discipline," says Elizabeth.  She feels it is a wonderful alternative if the  masseuse knows her limitations but also-  -explores her^)ossibilitiescompletely.-The-  two most common ailments Elizabeth  treats are arthritis and bursitis but she  also assists the sportsman who may suffer  from muscle over use.  ^Massage, meaning to "knead" constitutes one of the oldest forms of therapy,  nrislnstihctive medicuierChildren will  -often rub their stomaches in an effort to  seek relief from "tummy ache". This is an  example of the instinct to soothe through  stroking, something we do without being  taught.  Elizabeth says, "Nobody can teach you  the actual doing of massage. You can  learn the principles and theories but you  have to-have a sensitive touch to carry  ^g|^fi%.  Palchvvorh.Plncandolhcr Pleasures.  For truly unique ideas at  memorable prices, and for the  warmth that only a country look  can bring to your horn* ��� ��� ���  HOURS: Tuesday - Sunday  10-4 p.m.  Corner of School Rd. and  Gower Pt., Gibsons  886-8355  them out succeSsfaliy."'Sh���ifeels it is'Very  important that both she and her patient  are relaxed before therapy commences.  The clinic environment is cheerful and  soothing with-carefully selected paintings  by Joan Warn hung on the wall. Most of the  furniture is hand built by her husband  Milton Brown, and the huge clinic windows  look out onto her colorful flower and  vegetable garden.  Massage redistributes the fluids in the  vascular and lymphatic channels. When  muscles, are overused a lot of burning  takes place and waste products such' as  salt and carbon - dioxide are left as  deposits. Normally the slag material is  taken away by the blood cells and the  Jymphattcj^^emjbut_p_ften due to tension  or overwork, it is not propertty eliminated.  Manipulative therapy can help to break  down and dispose of these'deposits. Heat is  widely used preparatory to massage to  render the tissues better adapted to  response.  Positive results of massage, include  -dilatation -of -the-vej��els-of-the-capillary-  beds and liberation of red cells and other  blood elements from stagnant areas of the  circulation. The lymphatics, in which the  flow of lymph is nonrally very sluggish,  also experience under massage an increase of flow sometimes of great  significance in regions which are the site  of chronic disease.   Elizabeth finds that most people are^  glad to learn something new abouTfheir  * bodies. She isTiopingto be able to give a  course in Holistic medicine in the future. It  is her goal to eventually get to China  where she will further her study of  massage and acu pressure. In the  meantime she is enjoying her new clinic  and is glad to share her skills with the  community.  originally announced last spring for im-  plemenation September 1, said an  estimated 100,000 vehicle owners will  benefit.  Starting September 1, JB.C. drivers  buying vehicle insurance will receive a  discount on the basis of thier own accident  record. Gone will be the requirement that  a motorist must pay an Autoplan premium  for six months before being entitled to the  discount.  "It's a positive step forward," said  Sherrell. "The emphasis-is being shifted  from the vehicle to the driver so that  eligibility will hinge on the driver's claim  record."  The change means that new residents  will be eligible for discounts according to  _their_claim-free_ record injheir previous  area'of residence.  People acquiring a second or third  vehicle will not have discounts affected by  me claims record of the first vehicle. This"  means that each claim is applied directly  to the vehicle involved and the vehicle  owner is penalized once for each claim.  British Columbians returning to the  Province after an absence will also be  eligible for discounts depending on their  claim-free records, while vehicle owners  whose discounts were restricted by the six  month criterion, will be eligible for  greater discounts at their next renewal.  Once again, this is based on their claim  records.  Existing licenced drivers will be  eligible for one, two or three year  discounts when making new and renewal  insurance purchases, according to their  claim records on the vehicles.  Newly licenced drivers buying and  insuring a vehicle for the first time, must  earn the discpunt yetur by year. For  example, one year of claim-free driving  ^ilTe.anfa-6ner year discount. _ ~~  . Mr. Sherrell said, "The change on  September 1, puts the onus on the driver  by recognizing past performance as a key  factor in earning the Ssife Driving Vehicle  Discount.  He stressed one important factor  continuing after September 1, and that  centres on vehicle use by drivers other  than the owner. Each vehicle owner is  responsible for the claim record of his  insured vehicle. If an owner loans his car  to someone who has an accident -while  .driving, the vehicle owner's discount is  affected on that vehicle.  COME STAY WITH US  at ENGLISH BA Y near STANLEY PA RK  in Beautiful downtown VANCOUVER  TOLL-FREE   800.268-8993  1755   DAVIE STREET   VANCOUVER   B.C.  V6G 1W5  TELEPHONE (604) 682-1831  rrSTUPTOYOUTO  HELP PREVENT  SKIN CANCER.  PROTECT YOURSELF  IN THE SUN.  CANADIAN  CANCER  SOCIETY  BIIC  m  m  We are pleased to announce that  =���IMS KIKBBACH^^=  of  HALFMOON BAY COLLISION  is now operating out of  SUIMMSUMRYSIER   He wiH be pleased to do any mechanical  or body repairs at his new location.  SUNCOAST CHRYSLER LTD.  next to St. Mary's Sechelt ��� 885-5111  Coast volunteer focus  In order to give volunteerism on the  Sunshine Coast the recognition it deserves  "Project Promotion" will be writing a  series of newspaper articles focusing on  individual volunteers. "Project  Promotion" is a group of highschool  students working on a Young Canada  Works Grant producing a number of slide-  tape presentations on the many facets of  the volunteer world on the Sunshine Coast.  Mrs. Susan Wiggins, who moved to the  . Sunshine Coast three and a half years ago  is presently residing in Gibsons. During an  interview with Susan she stated that she  has always been involved in volunteer  work. Before Susan moved here she  volunteered at a psychiatric hospital in  her area. Her first volunteer activity on  the Coast was with the Sunshine School  and ^ since then Susan has volunteered  through the Sunshine Coast volunteer  Bureau as a volunteer driver. Besides just  driving Susan is a senior counsellor in the  Gibsons Area. When'the Mini-bus is not  operating Susan may drive someone to a  medical appointment or when seniors heed  to travel to Vancouver, Susan may take  theni.  We asked Susan why she became a  volunteer and she stated "I figure that  some people always need a certain amount  of help, and if I have the time available  then I will attempt to help these people,  you never know there may come a tirhe  when I need a volunteer myself."  Every person has a different  motivation to volunteer. Next week our  Volunteer Focus is Mr. George Owew who  is a special friend. ;  ^sa^r Come  and see  our Great  Selection of  "Financing Available"  Our 8th Anniversary Sale continues  until the 1st week of September  ���-~ ^  885-9816  r  mi  w %?  w-    /  Thurs.  HORIZON 'PSI' INSTITUTE  "^ftcfteasiftcj liui-wem  eftGCttiteness" tkitmqk a  positive mcntafi attitude.  ��� AWARENESS ���COMMUNICATION  ��� PSYCHOLOGICAL FOUNDATION  ��� IMAGE STRUCTURING  ��� MOTIVATIONIIIHJIGNIIK  ��� GOAL ACHIEVEMENT ��� COPING WITH  STRESSf TENSION & PRESSURE  CREATIVELY  6th Sept. 1979, 7:30-10:30 pm  At the Casa Martinez  Tickets $25 per couple. $15 single. $10 student.  EVERYONE WELCOME  FOR MORE DETAILS - WATCH THE PENINSUU TIMES       WEEK.  iyt  '��fr:*!!llWw^^  ^Jl^.siMsjaffi^i.aaa^^  "After th* SALE * It's th* SERVICE that Counts"  *^��!��MiWr*IV'^i^  Cowrie St,  Sechelt  *i^*(n#��*j>w^W��i,W'?W*^^  iM'^4*.ftt^tt ��J**Vay*��>Vw'��.W^  *.,,M>>^&&*i*^&���''&#-*'*il&WM'wWte  r  \ At.iJJiJiitwuLl-UA.1 iA  L^C?4t7*V m. l,-J4fcU^li4 JAJSJ4M J^jUn^M tilriwOJ-lWl.-^lJM'*  ���HI"  Wednesday, August 29,1979  Hie Peninsula Times  Cancer Society  reaches goal      Sunday School by mail  PageC-5  Naturalist'sXcoinef  By ALISON WATT, Park Naturalist,  Porpoise Bay Prov. Park.  Birds belong to the class "Aves". The  latin word "Aves" translates to "wanderers'"; birds follow no set paths as the  iearth-bound animals do,' they who would  have the freedom of flight can travel any  path. This is not exactly true. Many birds  do set out on specific pathways each year  migration routes.  * Because of their high metabolism birds  must have abundant and unfailing sources  of rich food. Often in areas with seasonal  'climatic changes the birds there may be  forced to move away if they are to survive.  - Intemperate zones the deep cold of winter  hours" to gather more food to feed young.  The northern nesters generally have  enlarged broods and reach maturity very  quickly. '      ,  .There is much that is still not known  about migration: what stimulates  migration?; how do the birds travel so far  on -so little food?; how do the birds  navigate their way to their breeding and  wintering spots?  . Some theories have been proposed to  answer some of these questions: a bird  becomes restless before migration and  when the restlessness becomes so great  they fly off to their summer or winter  quarters,: .the duration of this restlessness  WATCH OUT for the dog... the cars.  and the photographer. These kids  ignore the obvious hazarb!s~of~ttie  Government Wharf in Gibsons while  at the same time they are enjoying  the ride on their skateboard.  The B.C and Yukon Division, of the  Canadian Cancer Society has just reached  its 1979 fund raising objective of $1.7  million. -  In make the announcement, Campaign  . Chairman-Don' Wall said that the funds  raised will be used to support the Cancer  SodetyVTtfograms~olr f unding-researchr  informing the public about the importance  of early detection and preventive  measures and in providing assistance for  cancer patients.  "During a year when the economoy has  not been strong and unemployment is at  record levels, we are grateful to the people  of B.C. and the Yukon for their response to  our annual campaign for funds."  1 People who have not been contacted by  a Cancer Society volunteer and who wish  to make a contribution may contact their  local Unit or send a cheque or money order  to the Canadian Cancer Society's office at  1926 West Brpadway>^ancouver,B.C.>-V6J_  1Z2.  Advertising.?  helps_you_judge _  good from bad.  CANADIAN ADVERTISING ADVISORY BOARD  St. Andrews Church is planning to start  a "Sunday School'' by mail. Papers with  lessons etc., will be sent out once a month  for each Sunday.,  Boys and girls who would like to  receive- the- papers- should-send- their,  names, ages and grades to Mrs. C.E.  -Passmore ^85-3498-6r-Miss-E.C.-H&rrold  885-3461.  A small charge will be made to coyer  cost of postage.  Leather  Writing  Cases;   Travelling  Toiletries Cases,for Ladies or Gentlemen;_  Brief Cases ��� all good gifts, and all  available-at:-Miss Bee's, Sechelt ���  SECHELT BOWLING ALLEY  OPENS SEPT. 1, 7 p.m.  Get together - all the leagues and teams  for winter sport!  NEWCOMERS WELCOME  Call 885-2811  or 885-9611  Pinboys Wanted  (for 10 pin bowling)  ���  -closes lakes and streams to_waterJowl_and__is-SoJ;imed (presumably hereditarily) to  so changes the tand and vegetation that  most land birds must leave for warmer  regions. In the tropics a dry season may so  reduce the plants, berries, insects, worms,  and other food, that the birds must em-  -knigrateltOLSome more favorable place.  ; Birds are by no means the only  migratory animals. Other wanderers are:  some butterflies,- squids, fishes,  salamanders, reindeer, and bats. Some  show remarkable ability to "home" or  return to their birthplaces ��� for example,  salmon and eels.  Some birds, of course, do not migrate at  abate when the bird has flown the right  distance, it then settles down: the energy-  giving fat reserves put on in the weeks of  feeding before it leaves are exhausted  after a given amount of flying and the bird  __must���then -settlef-some���birds���orient-  themselyes in relation to the sun, others to  the stars. A bird's ability to fly by the sun  and stars is inborn. According to the law of  natural selection once this ability was  developed it was. reinforced by the fact  that better navigators had a better chance  of leaving more offspring; the ability of  birds to "home" would require that they  all; even in the coldest climates some    would have to remember the position of  birdsremmn-sedentary, like the Snowy r ,,the sun or stars at any given time at home  bwlptheWHlow ~L'-~ 5-~   ^^ ��-���--'*������' ������ .ra=sr���=r-s^a=a  the Gray Jay, and the Red-breasted  Nuthatch. ' '  Our own mild winters allow a number  of birds to stay on which in colder areas  ' migrate; in recent years Canada Geese  and Hummingbirds have been known to  winter in the lower mainland.  On their long.and arduous journeys  from their homes or breeding territories to  winter quarters, birds expend much  energy, and may encounter great dangers.  What can be the rewards of this dangerous  undertaking? 7y ,��� yyy-: ��� ���     yyy ���  The niost obvious iewiards are a better  climate''for living and a decrease in the  danger of too,many/birds competing for  food within one area.  Especially in the far north summer  days provide birds with longer "working  the mystery of how exactly the birds apply  these principles in navigation remains to  be solved.  Some birds have already started to  migrate. Ducks and waders are returning  to the sea coast from inland and norther  breeding grounds. Some will remain here  for the winter but some still have  thousands of miles to go.  Look for migrating geese this fall ���  perhaps you'll see (according to one of the  more dubious theories of migration) a  hummingbird riding on the tail of a goose 1  My Wst week of eyerite at Porpoise Bay  Park will iinclude: Saturday (Sept. 1) 10  am-^ a walk ���'Fruits of the Porest,';;8  p.m. a talk "The Coming of Winter".  Sunday (Sept. 2) 10 am. a walk "The  Marsh in the Morning".     ,      ,  5IAKI5  4th SEPTEMBER  ���^t'4f0,^-;  29th SEPTEMBER  Register at Toys for all ages  Registration is upon the purchase  ��� Top prize pt. 109 motorized model  ipprox. value $50. (29H" torn  !*Ws^Jsal��*,JsPe!|sP.*# JHWJW^*-WPliW ���WaPwWWySR.  <m^*W^^.WtkW^->'&Wfcm^  Across from SuwrValu  .Sunnycr.it jGwfin,...jMwoni  r'8UMMm  f  SALE IN EFFECT WHILE QUANTITIES LAST  CAR CARE KIT  Windsor ads protection to your car. Our  kit is made up of Vinyl Top Cleaner/Tire  Care/and Auto Polish. Save on this  SPECIAL Reg. $2.99 each.     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PageC-6  Ttie Peninsula Times  Wednesday, August 29,1979  **&*#&&& * __t:k''mMynwh.:ixmH___ttZM_______w_____m___i  wants to expand  AVdng.term expansiph proposal by the  Sunshihe7 Coast GqU and Country vClub  which would see nirieextrd holes added on  ^// land presently'designated as/a regional  y(   pari? has jjeen forwarded to the Sunshine  |;    Coast .Regional District board. ,  9 j. - - - Executive menders * of~the- Golf .and  Country Club approaelied-the-SCRD-hoard  last Thursday  night ' to' feel out the  possibility of leasing the necessary land in  GilkerPark.  The golf club offered/to develop 45  acres of th'e park in conjunction with the  lions Club/   *    -   -       ,  Director Harry Almond^ although  voicing���no���disagreement with���the  proposal, said the proposal should go to the  planner for possible inclusion in the  regional park plan.  "I'm sympathetic, but we have to be  very cautious and see what the public  reaction is. Gilker Park has been viewed  as a wildernesspark-and-some people  might be upsetJf the golf course expands  into it," Almond said.  However Alex Warner, chairmen of the  golf club's planning committee felt it  would be in the public good to expand the  golf club.  "We're making an offer that isn't going  to cost the board or taxpayers anything.  We think it will enhance the park and all   -   we need is-45Jofihe 185 acres in the park,"���  he said.  The golf club is a non-profit society and  is open to the public.  According to Warner the club can't  afford to buy any of the surrounding land  that is in private hands.  New highschool  students can  pre-register  Highschool students on the Sunshine  Coast who are new to the District can pre-  Tegister-forrclasses during' theweek of -  7nBU5t^7=3IrC40TmseUors^willb��ravailable���  between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. at Elphinstone  Secondary School, 886-2^04, and Chatelech  Jr. Secondary, 885-3216, Pender Harbour  -2717: ��� -^���  ���V- -^J- ���  Usb 'Times' Adbriefs to Sp//, Rent, Buy. Swap etc.  Mature students and adults who wish to  enroll in full or part-time day school '  programs can receive course information  by telephoning 886-2204.  Yes, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1,1979  at 5:30 pm, we will be closing our doors  for good in the Trail Bay Mall, in Sechelt, B.C.  During this week, we will endeavour  to CLEAR OUT ALL OUR MERCHANDISE.  e SHOP DAILY  e SOME MERCHANDISE WILL  885-2335  SECHELT OWNED & OPERATED  At Trait Bay Shopping Centre  .  DEPARTMENT STORE  VOLUNTEER FOCUS which you can   Wiggens who  is presently volun-   the Sunshine Coast Community  find on page C4 takes a look at Susan   teering her services as a driver for   Services .Society. i  The Garden Corner  Sbm efhing different  By Guy Symonds  ���Somethingdifferent~in--the_iiiatter...o��..  cultivation of carrots had been picked as  the subject for this week's column, but a  headline "Plant now ��� enjoy colorful  spring pansies" caught the eye and the  information, in this writer's view, claimed  priority.  Pretty soon we shall be thinking about  the spring bulb plantings and pansies,  those "elves ofthe garden" as the author  of the article fancifully describes them,  make ideal companions for those beautiful  gifts of God, the first flowers of a new  spring.  Pansies, we are told, look particularly  beautiful "at the feet" of daffodils and  hyacinths and the suggestion Is that  "Imperial Blue" be used to accent the  golden daffodils and "Sunny Boy" pansies  or any other bright golden variety be  planted close to blue hyacinths,  In this mild coastal climate the time for  sowing pansy seed for next year's delight  is Just about now. Pansies are such  delicate, looking little creatures but actually thoy are quite tough. They thrive In  cool weather and given a little encouragement In the form of some  protection can stand up to really hard  winter conditions,   ���.,,,.,.���. ...���,���  Most of us wait till spring and then buy  our pansy plants by the box or flat and at  the end of a winter the price one pays for  this service does not seem too high. But  still the expense Is not necessary according to the writer of the article because  by starting now you can have nil,the  pansies you can ever want (also your  friends and neighbors) tor the prize of a  packet or two of seeds. And a little work of  course.  , First we are told, select a partially  shaded area for the location of a seed bed.  This must be of fine texture being a  commercial seed-starter mixture or two to  me combination of sifted garden.soll. The  bed must bo kept moist but not wet, and  soma gardeners recommend enaurtng  complete shade by a porous cover of some  sort, like burlap for instance, until Die  germination period is completed. This  may bo anything from 12 to 21 days. Make  ,%'^ ^^^w^ejsl^���a^^flsp(Ba^sPB^^*e*Ba)^BB(BV:, je^Wsa^rwa -���*e^s��>^,aWs^^  making, a light wooden frame, cover It  with burlap or an old sheet, raising It as  the plants grow. '  Transplanting to about three inches'  distance apart is dime when the plants  have at least two pairs of leaves. When tho  firat-fro^sj^^ten, comes the time for  that little encouragement. This canJBelir  the form of a light loose covering of hay or  evergreen trimmings, and in this part of  the world that presents no problem. The  leaves stay green all winter so this  protective covering must trot be allowed to  pack down and smother the plants. A good  idea would be to construct a light wire  frame to make sure this does not happen.  A good place to winter pansy plants is a  cold frame, being sure however to raise  the cover on bright sunny days or your  plants may get cooked. Actually in this  part of the world the comparatively mild  winters we enjoy as a rule should offer no  problem to over wintering any plant. That,  despite our experience of last .winter.  Once the winter is over and the ground  workable the mulch covering, can be  removed and the moisture condition of the  soil in which the plants arc growing  carefully noted. If there ls any sign of a  lack of moisture, water carefully before  transplanting to the place where you want  to show them off. This because when you  want to move the plants you will want to  take a good ball of soil with each one, and  for that the soil of course must not be dry,  At this point the little pansy plants should  be loaded with buds, so set them about six  inches apart and once they are settle in  they will burst into colour.  Once started these little beauties will  keep blooming all summer, but you must  be^ sure fo'keep them well picked and not  let any seed pods mature. If they get the  idea they do not have to worry any more  about the next generation they will stop  flowering.  This procedure is described for those of  us who are not fortunate enough to have a  greenhouse ��� those thus favored have no  problem getting,their plants going  anytime during the winter. But  greenhouse or no, there ls always some  magnificent reward waiting for the gardener who enjoys making the effort.  Advertisings  keeps you  posted.  CANADIAN ADVERTISING ADVISORY BOAIlb  t-tmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmm  SUNCOAST AGENCIES LTD J  (Formerly Charles English Insurance Agencies)  GENERAL INSURANCE  ���Residential ���Commercial  ���Mobile Homes        ���Travel & Medical  ARNE T. PETTERSEN  NOTARY PUBLIC  ���Conveyancing ���Wills  * . i  ��� ARNE T. PETTERSEN  ��� EILEEN KINNE  ��� CHARLES ENGLISH  .  77$1#  ^yyty  ANYmtUSSERIES:  NOW YOU'LL  RYTIHNG  Toddy's studio technology Is putting .  sounds on record that most home stereos  simply can't cope with.)  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"We won't he undersold on the Coast'  886-9733 diroct linc 922-2017  Seaview Place,  Gibsons V>^^*^wAi**i.!>J>W^��3j-���?).>J  k > W)**utiiwi'lwtta*ortaiB*  X  A successful rock musical  "   - * *  The most successful rock musical of the  '60s, "Hair*?, is now a iriovie. \    ..  =The hit songs are presented Un an entertaining way by a youthful, exhubefMt  cast and some of the numbers are dazzling  in their' staging. .Tlie^singing-dancing-  acting of the; leads, particularly Treat  Williams as the leader who really loves  evejyone, John Savage,as the farm boy-  -heroi Beverly. D'Angelo as the jsociatitfe  object of .Savage's affections and Cheryl  Barnes as a young woman who refuses^  be. cast aside by a free-spirited lovers' -  - Producers Lester Persky and Michael _  Butler-and director Milos Forman over-  staged a few of the numbers without  hurting the music, Michael Welter adapted  the. Genome Ragni-James Rado book;  lyrics are by Ragni and Rad6, withjrnusic  by Gait MacDerm6t.iTwy!ii Tharp, who  did the choreography," appears with her  dancers. The CIPieature isinPanavision,-  Technicolor and Dolby Four-Track Stereo.  Black singers Ren Woods, Melba Moore  and Nell Garter and the Ballet Repertory  Company of the American Ballet Theatre  all appear and have some name value., ���  John Cocchi.    - '       ,  Times  T��t    ��� ..  '      >   *    > i , i  Wednesday, August 29,1979  >f!< *  The Peninsula Times  PageC-7  ���by Jq Melhyk  w  Advertisings  makes things clear.  CANADIAN ADVERTISING ADVISORY BOARD  '" If  ^^^H  ..  SB  w  X  61  1  F  ���M  r  ^OCVfee&tQoks/ms Stationery  HAVE ACQUIRED EXCLUSIVE DEALERSHIP FOR A  COMPLETE LINE OF THE FINEST GALLERY QUALITY OF  PRINT AND PICtURE FRAMES  METAL & REAL WOOD IN A VARIETY OF COLORS ft TEXTURES  s   IN ALL STANDARD SIZES ALONG WITH  UNLIMITED PRINTS & CUSTOM MATTES   _   ,N A0D|T|ON TOTHIS  CUSTOM FRAMING IS AVAILABLE AT NO EXTRA COST  A classic approach  : (Director of "The Lord of The Rings,"  a Saul Zaentz Production of a Ralph  Bakshi film. The screenplay by Chris  Conkling and Peter S. Beagle is based on  the novels of J.R.R. Tolkien. Saul Zaentz  produced for release by United Artists, a  Transamerica Company. Music is by  Leonard Rosenman. It opens Wednesday,  August 29th at the Twilight Threatre).  ._��� __Somebody Jirst gave _J.R.R._ Tolkien's-,  ^The_Lord_oLtheJEUngs!L_to-me_to _road _  Thankfully, he was, and we have had  the kind of relationship that any director  dreams about having with his producer.  Saul has been tremendously supportive,  very often keeping me going just with his  quiet confidence that I would solve the  problems I had in the making of the picture.  And there were problems. Although I  had decided from the beginning that the  entire film would be made ui live action  ACROSS  1 One called  Animal  _6_Correct  10 Proops  14 Guiana Indian  15 Nurse  16 Spirjt  17 Musical Key  18 Depreciate  20 Direction  21 Epic Poetry  23 Rise  24 French region  25 Chaff  26 Interpret  30 Chairs  34 Wed again  35 Possessive  pronoun  37 Article     ���  38 Askew  39 Polish  41 Angry  42 Through  -43-Sblar-disk-^���  DOWN  1 Peak  2 Conduit  -3-Bird of-prey-  4 Prefix for  Graphic &  Chemist  Side by side  Fem. name  Platform  8 Incumbents  9 Candle  '10 Calm  11 Winglike  12 Chokes  13 Cut  19 Collect  5  6  7  22 Most pallid  43 In front of  24 Break  45 Takes charge of  25 Participle  47 Instruments  49 roam  27 Rent again  51 Vends  28 "That ���"  53 Land measure  29 Pronoun  54 Exhibition  31 Island  55 Preserve  32 Number       *  '    56 Skin disease  33 Plants  57 Caucasian  36 Same order  language  again  58 Woter  40 Cupbearer of  scorpion  gods  59 Three  41  Ramachandras  61 Islet  wife  63 Urge (Scots)  NOW YOU CAN INSTANTLY FRAME  * GRAPHICS * ART PRINTS * WATER COLORS  * PHOTOGRAPHS & CERTIFICATES  I Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons 886-8013  CHARGEX  V/SA  r |i   i  about 20 years ago, when I was an  ^animator with Terrytoons in New York. I  &>M the people there, right away, that they  ought to make a. movie out of it. I guess  -Pve-beeiutiying-to find-a-way.to make the_  and then transformed into animation. I  didn't actually know whether I would do it.  I was very much afraid of it, but I must  say that Saul's confidence was terrific. He  just^kep telling me'that he was sure I  picture ever since.  -   When I moved to Los Angeles, United  Artists had the rights to "The Lord of the  /Kings," ahd I would make what seemed to  be   annual   pilgrimages   to   the   top  executives there, telling them again why it  'should be an animated film and the ideas  I had for making it. They finally gave up  on their attempts to put it together and  jturned itover to me. ^After^jfny first.,  _. momentai of kicking up .my heels in wild'  "joy, the realization of what had happened  hit home to me.  I've been out on a limb before. "Fritz  the Cat," "Heavy TrafficI" and "Coon-  skin" all broke new ground for animation.  The first thing that happened after I  received the rights to the film also was the  best thing that happened. Saul Zaentz  agreed to produce the picture through his  Fantasy Films. .Saul and I had known each  other for. several years, and I hesitated to  let business interfere with ; friendship;.  However, his response to that w^ that we  7 were good enough friends that he cpuld tell  me honestly whether he was interested in  the project.-'- 7 ;77: '7:  would solve the problems, andlhen letlSe-  go about trying to do it, making sure that I  had anything I needed to help me accomplish it.  .What it all boils down.to is the  obligation by both of us to Tolkien and his  books and to the public that loves them.  The only basis on which we could proceed  was that of our own integrity, our own love  for the project and our own love for  ~___&_7*^M~~k*-''~  -44-Neglected-  46 Stick  48 Minimizes  50 Forfeit  52 Province  53 Convince -  -56-Solt-tree���  57 Insect  60 Local spot  62 Not ot all  64 Wander  65 Row  66 Curtain  67 lambs  68 Noun ending  69 Waif  *n>t  OPEN SATURDAYS  10-5 P.M.  OR BY APPOINTMENT ���  886-2765  jSnn-   Looking For Quality?  '*'*   Looking For Service?  Looking For Selection?  '**,  Cfc  .V  ^  C*^v>*  TAPPEN  itf*  S?VP  If*  sflfrSft  _CARP��TS  *  &  *p  Sn  *  tooktagforldeas?  Look No Further  ���Look TjMIs^  At  'CARPET CABINET  CERAMIC CENTRE  North Rd., Gibsons 886-2765  Hfc  %  '*S\  . ^AWiJ^JijAHrt^^ljft/*^**  Two hotels receive aid  Two hotels on the Sunshine Coast will  receive government assistance under the  Travel Industry Development Subsidiary  Agreement (TIDSA).  The Travelodge to be located on North  Bay Road and Hwy. 101 in Gibsons and the  .Jolly Roger, north of Halfmoon Bay, both  have had low7 interest loansof $300,000  approved by TIDSA.  .    The low interest loan will help1 cover tlie  expected $1.8 million cost of the project at  Does Your Club or Group Report  Its Activities Regularly to The Times?  y *��������* ��������,#^i;y��^y����>-��yyM'^ * *��* * ��*��*  GIBSONS For Times Call 886-2827  .*��  ��7��;y,'.��,y:yry, * * <*:.'jpy * *�� * * '*.*'*'*-* ^y^,* *'^-j��i--a>^;^ * * *  WARNINQ  TO PARENTS!  MAY ���   FRIGHTEN  SOME  CHUDREN  CALI   BB��V2fl?7  WEDNESDAY AUG. 29  THURSDAY AUG. 30  FRIDAY AUG. 31  ii***********^^*** ******** TifiHHHHHH?T  |;MM4My��W��!iW>*,*t>1.Ai V -If iiMiMJ**! ������!  i t.i&. i >'*��� <*��-***���* ". VJMiaW4i.il  STARTING TIME  I  .'THE'STMWsARS'  OF MOVIE MUSIC/VLS:'  HAIR  -Jaltray Lyona, CBaVfl��Ma  ��(>  <>;>��  tefcyovaKyooej  bdazzllngl ~v~.n  totrtumpbantl  toaofeMghtlrat  �����nrloayouawayj  f| taijuWIsVfcSnP  ' ���  assa|aSPll*>-l*Tf *>,> '  ^fiSSHHHfe  WAHNINOi Occailnal Nudity I  �����W>��*ff**^^  ^&^^-m#^$^.t-.i_w*mfy&  * VMlm M  THE IN-LAWS  m_9mWmmmmmmmm_f$  *��#l%^i��#��>!fi|a^^  SUNSEPT/i  unu ccdt 1 '  IflUn*   aladrlai   _t  TUES. SEPT. 4  4  I  J  the Jolly Roger.  Manager Brian Stelck told the Times  that the hotel would be a 30 unit deluxe  resort convention hotel, with 75 seat dining  room, 75 seat lounge, meeting and seminar  rooms, tennis courts and a swimming pool.  . 'We're going after the usual tourist .  market but we will also be going after the  small conventions as well,1' Stelck said.  How big a help is the loan? '.'If you get a  $300,000 loan at half the prime rate it ob-  -���vioiisly-'witt"help;ttiae1ck~iadded:-~---"--"^-^  The Jolly Roger.put the contract out to  tender last week and construction is expected to begin in late September with a  completion date set for early next year.  The "pravelodge plans calls for a 32  room motel with a 125 seat pub, a 60 seat  cocktail lounge, a 70 seat restaurant, a 165  seat coffee garden, a banquet and meeting  roomsi.,'7,7,:.7'' X;'"''���'���'".  Tots^i assistance approved in a joint  statement from Elmer MacKay( federal  Minister for Regional Economic Expansion and Don Phillips, B.C. Minister of  Economic Development and Tourism is  for 3.5 million,  The new Fisher Fireplace Insert: Now yoti  can have your fireplace and heat with it too.  77y\i yi| hWhM Uhy  886-2827!  ^���J^>"^^a��sas^ssssjsissas��saa����aawa��lfS4i^asspa^ws��a^s^sssssa^sssis^sisssasassssasB^ssisapaa��  mB+BmiimmMmmmmmmmmmmiimmimmiimmmmmmmmm^  DEATH BENEFITS  7 * Many peqple are not  aware of the death  benefits payable by  various   Crown   agencies.  * The Canada Pension Plan  will pay up to $1,045.00 on  the death of a contributor.  This Is In addition to the  Widow's peHslon.  'A veteran's family may  be eligible for a grant from  p.V.A.   or  the  Last   Post  w'*"T0ndr '  * Af time of need/Devlin  !V.FypVerol./ Home, will, assist  ,,7 the family In' determlhlng  eligibility    for , various  government  or   private  depth benefits.  fait frvfifoi ttfctmdto-*    '  D.A,DEYUN  *  Make the most of your fireplaee  with Fisher's newest wooci stove.  ���There's nothing quite like a cozy, crackling fire in  your fireplace, but you should know that most of the  fire's heat is going straight up the chimney (taking a lot  of precious furnace heat with it/, You should also realize  that,as energy prices continue to,rise, your fireplace is  fast becoming an expensive luxury.  Canada's best-known wood stove company has developed a new stove "that fits inside your  fireplace. The Fishor Fireplace Insert gives you all tho pleasures of a  tireiilaco* with remark^  mak&Mor more living in your living room and adds a touch of beauty  to your home. Best of all, it can save you money on your heating bills.  Whon you think about home improvements, think about what  you've been paying to hoat your home, then make your fireplace work  for you, not aguinst you; Visit your authorized Fisher Stoves dealer for  more information on the Fisher Fireplace Insert or any of the famous  Fisher Wood Stoves.  AC RENTAL5 eft  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Plaza 101- Corner of Hwy 101 &  ***** ��� -JWff^i-pr^. :>%*��� to  li'^-J **$* I. ifeHft^i .<*���.- rt Si *��� *�� n*.*l- '#  T  ' fugptnoataMitJUC fat. I n��ii J^a^twBftjytwtStfyAiMr.ii jU  wmhu* Harfftaaw.. at-aasViB:  "^l^i-^liuw^  rtm wa��tjii*ui*"w tmi -x^ukvi vj.r.vi  HS,V;,>.a����M I^VOuil^illW.'Mi <^i��Ui��iU��b7IM��t^>QUXdM^MblIf4y^^ a^Ut- ��� J*�� limUMUIlKilAljUut wsiUi  ris�� tasi"*��Miafl#>*fr^"'^^a^'>��JJ"*���'**w^ w  ,T~    "-  there are  lots of places  to: get atifitfn  Here on the Sunshine-Coast there-are^a-  number of places where pretty well  anybody can go to get away from it all.  Chapman Creek ls~such a place. This"  creek enters the ocean in Davis Bay where  its mouth has piled up a nice sandbar that  is excellent for swimming even though it is  near the highway. On the other side of the  highway, on the Sechelt side of the bridge  isBrookmen Park, an excellent place to  take the kids.  PageC>8,        ^e^etitestila Times /Wednesday rAugast 29,1979  Now, if you really want to get away  from civilization and up into the local  woodlands you can follow the Sechelt  powerline from/Sechelt up to the water  reservoir, here there is a road that runs  north into the scrubby looking brush.  When the road ends, you will see a trail,  follow it northwards.  We still deliver .any item from our store  in Sechelt to Gibsons or in-between for  your convenience, if you cannot come in  MWMiMM���wiiiiwiiii urn mil ���mini i i ���imiwiiw  i  mi    perspiuilly. This is also a free service. ���  SUNSHINE COAST Golf and Country Club Senior Men?s winner Jim Budd Heft) receives award from OzzieHincks.   Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  Be���, �������� .*       J3.99-et���  IW% fii^ii, Pi^f Cottons 4 fe]0t:0fittoi$  100% M]f Kmt$ 60" vide fern    $L99 metre  a ����� ���.   .!  THE FAB SHOP  Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons 886-2231  "ACROSS FROM SUPERVALU"  Services should be maintained  NDP Social Policy critic Bill Blaikie  today warned that the NDP caucus would  oppose any fiscal restraint measures  "which result in cutbacks in services to  people, and particularly in services to  people with special needs."  In a letter to Treasury Board President  Sinclair Stevens, the Winnipeg-Bird's Hill  MP said that as a.United Church minister  "those who work with people rather than  paper lose their jobs." '  Blaikie states in the letter that no-one  denies it is more difficult to maintain  social services in the present economic  climate "but surely we, as a society, are  committed to caring for each other in hard  times as well as/lasy times.  "The test dr our commitment to a  in the Winnipeg inner-city during the past greater equality of the human conditioni. is  two years "I have experienced first-hand now. I believe that Canadians in general  the effects of the kind of restraint you are not fair-weather friends of justice,  intend." Instead, they pride themselves on the fact  The end result of the Lyon-like restraint we have become a society which tried to  mentality; he said;isthat "those"who have - have significant structures-ofsupport-for-  "the least pofitic^~cl6ut ��� the oldpthe���ttiose^vho-requir^special-attentionT"���5^���  disadvantaged, the handicapped and - He concludes his letter by  urging  minority groups ��� bear the brunt of Stevens "to show leadership, and ensure  restraint. ' that what restraint there is occurs in such  "Instead    of    cutbacks    at    the a way as to not threaten those who now  bureaucratic level, restraint is passed on rightfully depend on government initiS&ive  until it ends up at the field level, and the and action to improve^an^^tren^Ui<^thiJi-  special program level" with the result that ability to share in the life of Canada..  ;avings'  folks  sow NU  iabriel  Adjustomatic Shocks are ..  GUARANTEED AGAINST WEAR-OUT  AND BREAKAGE ���  Free replacement as long  as you own tho car.  * Fully adjustable to you can cuitomlz*  ride to tho weight of your vehicle.  * Patented 'O' ring, prevents fade.  * Spring loaded valves  for longer life, better  ���hock abiorbtlon.  *Save wear and tear  on tire* and on front  end parts.  GET 4  PRICE  FOR  OF 3  Replace Shocks Now!  m-\itm_r_��  enm  Regular Prlco  * INSTAUATION IXTHA  during *u9  SaW  SALE ENDS  AUG. 31,1979  Use OK "Retlremlnt Dollars"  on thlt sale  iabriel  Airshocks  88 COMPLETE  * INSTAUATION IXTAA  Hotnti of ml carptt mmtmmi ...  TIRE QTQF1E81  ... M����Wfl the coffee ppt 1$ ah&ty on.  nWM ���aW"aHW 1ST Si pp#MS1IR#llt MrMrf A MlpMN St.,  Imperial*  MARGARINE $199  31b. 1  Fletchers  SMOKED  Sun Rype  APPLE JUICE    oao  Whitel Label  48fl.oi   Regular  7 UP or  PEPSI  750 ml  im  plus deposit  Starkist  PORK PICNICS  79c  Fletchers  Gold Seal  SOCKEYE  SALMON  $169  7 3/4 oz.  Nabob  COFFEE  1 lb. pkg   $Q09  BUDGET SLICED  BACON  CHUCK LIGHT  TUNA 6 1/2oz   Kleenex  PAPER TOWELS $109  Twin pack ������  pack  Ardmona  PEACHES  or PEARS  in pear juice 28 fI. oz.  lib:  pkg.  CANADA GRADE A BEEF  POT ROASTS  $179  lb. JL  Bicks  DILL PICKLES $ti5  Polskie. Garlic, No Garlic       ^   I  -32t��     ������   Burns  CANNED HAMS $069  1 1/2 lb.  boneless  brisket  Palmolive  LIQUID  DETERGENT  Z1 -��i ' i������������  $129  24fl.oz.   ������  7*  Realemon  LEMON JUICE    HOC  24?l.oz   Catelli  LASAGNE  24 oz. ,  Kraft  MAYONNAISE  >SOml  .... s,..  Maxwell House  IHvlAIII  Glazed  DOUGHNUTS  UnslicejjL .���._.,  BREAD  White or 100% WW  16 oz   BLUEBERRY  PIES 8-  HiGluten  BREAD 16 oz.  Duncan Hines  CAKE MIXES  18 1/2 oz   Kraft  PEANUT $Q29  DUi ItK  1 1/2 kg. pail  JO ox,.. .....������.  Gusto All Dressed  PIZZA  13 oz. frozen ,7   B.C. Canada No. 1  CORN Z COB  8/U00  B.C. Bartlett  ��� EHIfw  Canada No. 1 ,v..  Purina  DOG CHOW  8kg    St ��    '    a    a    ��    ���    a    ( >    >    a  $C95  Good Host  ICED TEA MIX  36 oz   Scott  PAPER NAPKINS ilOO  60s   Bounce  FABRIC  SOFTENER  40s . ,  lb.  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